CSE 507: Computer-Aided Reasoning for Software
CSE 507 is a graduate level introduction to research in automated reasoning techniques and their application in tools for the design, analysis, and construction of software. In the first half of the course, we will survey the logical foundations and algorithms behind SAT solvers, SMT solvers, and finite model finders. In the second half of the course, we will apply these techniques to automatic bug finding, program verification, and program synthesis. As a student in this course, you will learn how solvers work, and how to use them to build cool programming tools!
Meetings and Staff
|Lectures||CSE2 271, WF 13:30-14:50|
|Instructor||Zachary Tatlock, CSE2 201|
|TA||Sirui Lu, CSE2 152, W 15:00-16:00|
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