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by Jamieson M. Cobleigh

 2008

Breaking Up is Hard to Do: An Evaluation of Automated Assume-Guarantee Reasoning
Jamieson M. Cobleigh, George S. Avrunin, Lori A. Clarke, ACM Transactions on Sofware Engineering and Methodology. Vol. 17, Issue 2, April 2008. (UM-CS-2007-27)

This is an updated version of TR UM-CS-2007-07, which was originally dated August 2007. This report is a revised and extended version of UM-CS-2004-022, which appeared in ISSTA 2006.

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 2006

Breaking Up is Hard to Do: An Investigation of Decomposition for Assume-Guarantee Reasoning
Jamieson M. Cobleigh, George S. Avrunin, Lori A. Clarke, ACM SIGSOFT 2006 International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis (ISSTA '06) Portland, ME, pp. 97-108, July 2006. (UM-CS-2004-022)

This is an updated version originally dated May 2004. Please see "Breaking Up is Hard to Do: An Evaluation of Automated Assume-Guarantee Reasoning" UM-CS-2007-27 for a revised and extended version of this report.

[ ACM ] [ PDF ] [ PDF with Appendix B ] [ Slides ]

 2001

The Right Algorithm at the Right Time: Comparing Data Flow Analysis Algorithms for Finite State Verification
Jamieson M. Cobleigh, Lori A. Clarke, Leon J. Osterweil, 23rd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2001), Toronto, Canada, pp. 37-46, May 2001. (UM-CS-2000-046)

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