The R+D Group MiST (MultI-paradigm Software Technology)


Project CAVI-ROSE (Computer assisted validation by using sound and rigorous methods)

January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2016 (3 years)

Summary

The main goal of the CAVI-SUM project is helping to make the Spanish software development industry more competitive: (1) by contributing to the advance of the research on software validation based on sound and rigorous techniques and (2) by ensuring its transfer to the industry by developing tools that apply these techniques to solve the current challenges of the software industry.

We live in a digital society in which the software reliability has become a crucial aspect, both because the risks for human lives that a software bug may cause and also for its associated economic cost. Most current software products use heterogenous technologies and different programming languages that are glued together by means of complex mechanisms. This complexity, together with the fact that most software components are made by third-party developers, makes the software validation tasks a true challenge for software development companies in terms of cost. However, validation tasks are crucial for guaranteeing the quality of their products. Therefore, we propose the present R+D project, whose generic goals aim at advancing the knowledge and technology within the area of software validation at different levels:

Besides a number of scientific publications that will help us to disseminate our main achievements, we also plan to develop methods and software tools useful to improve the quality and productivity of the software development process. Therefore, the deliverables of this project will allow us to increase the international visibility of the Spanish research and will also allow the Spanish software development industry to improve its competitiveness by using the most advanced techniques for software validation.

KEY WORDS

Software, automated validation, formal verification, static analysis, debugging, test case generation, programming languages.

Coordinated project

Members of the research group (UPV subproposal)



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