Paper at OOPSLA 2023

The paper entitled “A Deductive Verification Infrastructure for Probabilistic Programs” by Philipp Schröer, Kevin Batz, Benjamin Kaminski (Saarland University and UCL), Joost-Pieter Katoen and Christoph Matheja (TU Denmark) has been accepted for publication at OOPSLA 2023. The paper presents a quantitative program verification infrastructure for discrete probabilistic programs. This infrastructure can be viewed as the probabilistic analogue of Boogie: its central components are an intermediate verification language (IVL) together with a real-valued logic.

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