VeriFlux

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VeriFlux
Development status Active
Written in Java
Operating system Any
License Commercial
Website www.aicas.com/veriflux.html

VeriFlux is a formal methods based static analysis tool for programs written in Java. It is optimized for use with JamaicaVM, but can be used for any Java program. It can detect uncaught runtime exceptions, including RTSJ exceptions, and possible deadlocks in code using Java synchronization features. It has also been used for resource analysis.[1] It can be used for both full program analysis and partial program analysis.

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  1. ^ James J. Hunt, Isabel Tonin, Fridtjof Siebert: Using Global Data Flow Analysis on Bytecode to Aid Worst Case Execution Time Analysis for Realtime Java Programs. JTRES 2008: 97-105

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