Formal Methods Portal
Formal methods portal promotes information dissemination in the area of formal methods, including synthesis, verification, analysis, automated reasoning, theorem proving, constraint solving, as well as advanced programming environments including logic and constraint programming.
Conferences, Workshops, Journals and Repositories
Conferences and workshops
- CAV: Computer-Aided Verification,
- FMCAD: Formal Methods in Computer-Aided Design,
- CADE: Automated Deduction,
- FM: Formal Methods Symposium and Formal Methods Europe,
- ETAPS: Theory and Practice of Software,
- VMCAI: Verification, Model Checking, and Abstract Interpretation,
- SAS: Static Analysis Simposium,
- SMT: SMT Workshop
- RV: Runtime Verification,
- HVC: Haifa Verification Conference,
- ICFEM: International Conference on Formal Engineering Methods,
DBLP for 2014,
DBLP for 2015
- LOPSTR: Logic-based Program Synthesis and Transformation,
- ILP: Inductive Logic Programming,
- ITP: Interactive Theorem Proving,
If journal URLs are not present, one reason may be due to obscure automatically generated URLs, which have been
estimated as likely to change. Please note that currently conferences and workshops are more active
than journals in this field, though no venue is a subset of another.
- Journal of Automated Reasoning (Springer)
- Acta Informatica (Springer)
- Formal Methods in System Design (Springer)
- Formal Aspects of Computing (Springer)
Projects and networks
Special interest groups and societies
The site is intended as a top-level portal for other online resources, as well as an incubator for new forms of information dissemination. In some cases it specifically avoids replicating other information or areas that have separate descriptions and broad organizations of their own. Currently it does not aim to index all programming language, software engineering, or electronic design automation venues and organizations, despite their clear connection to the area of formal methods. Please consider checking the corresponding ACM and IEEE pages, among others.
The site is currently maintained by Viktor Kuncak.
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