Introduction to Static Analysis (MIT Press)
Monday, 24 February 2020

This book, subtitled "An Abstract Interpretation Perspective", offers a self-contained introduction to static analysis, covering the basics of both theoretical foundations and practical considerations in the use of static analysis tools. Authors Xavier Rival and Kwangkeun Yi offer a quick and comprehensive introduction for nonspecialists.The text covers the mathematical foundations of static analysis, including semantics, semantic abstraction, and computation of program invariants. It also covers more advanced notions and techniques, including techniques for enhancing the cost-accuracy balance of analysis and abstractions for advanced programming features.



Authors: Xavier Rival and Kwangkeun Yi
Publisher: The MIT Press
Date: February 2020
Pages: 320
ISBN: 978-0262043410
Print: 0262043416
Kindle: B0844NWNT7
Audience: Developers interested in static analysis techniques
Level: Intermediate
Category: Methodology 



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