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The Java-MaC framework is a run-time verification system for Java programs that can be used to dynamically test and enforce safety policies. This paper presents a formal model of the Java-MaC safety properties in terms of an operational semantics for Middleweight Java, a realistic subset of full Java. This model is intended to be used as a framework for studying the correctness of Java-MaC program instrumentation, optimizations, and future experimentation with run-time monitor expressiveness. As a preliminary demonstration of this model's applicability for these tasks, the paper sketches a correctness result for a simple program instrumentation scheme.
Runtime verification, verification
Sammapun, Usa; Sharykin, Raman; DeLap, Margaret; Kim, Myong; and Zdancewic, Stephan A., "Formalizing Java-MaC " (2003). Departmental Papers (CIS). Paper 147.
Date Posted: 26 August 2005
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