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POPL 2019
Sun 13 - Sat 19 January 2019 Cascais, Portugal
Wed 16 Jan 2019 10:57 - 11:19 at Sala I - Reasoning about Probabilistic Programs Chair(s): Jan Hoffmann

We present a concurrent separation logic with support for probabilistic reasoning. As part of our logic, we extend the idea of coupling, which underlies recent work on probabilistic relational logics, to the setting of programs with both probabilistic and non-deterministic choice. To demonstrate our logic, we verify a variant of a randomized concurrent counter algorithm and a two-level concurrent skip list. All of our results have been mechanized in Coq.

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Wed 16 Jan

10:35 - 12:03: Research Papers - Reasoning about Probabilistic Programs at Sala I
Chair(s): Jan HoffmannCarnegie Mellon University
POPL-2019-Research-Papers10:35 - 10:57
Tetsuya SatoUniversity at Buffalo, SUNY, USA, Alejandro AguirreIMDEA Software Institute, Spain, Gilles BartheIMDEA Software Institute, Marco GaboardiUniversity at Buffalo, SUNY, Deepak GargMax Planck Institute for Software Systems, Justin HsuUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
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POPL-2019-Research-Papers10:57 - 11:19
Joseph TassarottiCarnegie Mellon University, Robert Harper
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POPL-2019-Research-Papers11:19 - 11:41
Kevin BatzRWTH Aachen University, Benjamin Lucien KaminskiRWTH Aachen University; University College London, Joost-Pieter KatoenRWTH Aachen University, Christoph MathejaRWTH Aachen University, Thomas NollRWTH Aachen University
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POPL-2019-Research-Papers11:41 - 12:03
Calvin SmithUniversity of Wisconsin - Madison, Justin HsuUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, Aws AlbarghouthiUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
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