10 Formal Verification libraries and projects
5.9 9.5 L1 JavaPluggable type-checking for Java
3.2 7.0 L1 CDynamic detection of likely invariants
3.0 6.0 L1 JavaThis is the primary repository for the source code of the OpenJML project. The source code is licensed under GPLv2 because it derives from OpenJDK which is so licensed. The active issues list for OpenJML development is here and the wiki contains information relevant to development. Public documentation for users is at the project website:
2.9 0.0 L1 JavaJava Concolic Unit Testing Engine
3.0 0.0 L1 Javaa concolic testing engine for Java
2.0 0.0 L2 JavaTool for detecting and classifying nonconformances in Java/JML projects.
-Behavioral interface specification language that can be used to specify the behavior of code modules. It combines the design by contract approach of Eiffel and the model-based specification approach of the Larch family of interface specification languages, with some elements of the refinement calculus. Used by several other verification tools.
-The KeY System is a formal software development tool that aims to integrate design, implementation, formal specification, and formal verification of object-oriented software as seamlessly as possible. Uses JML for specification and symbolic execution for verification.
-JVM formal verification tool containing a model checker and more. Created by NASA.
-Krakatoa is a front-end of the Why platform for deductive program verification. Krakatoa deals with Java programs annotated in a variant of the Java Modeling Language (JML).
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