|Soliciting for C programs or snippets to test alias analysis firstname.lastname@example.org (neal) (2005-12-08)|
|Re: Soliciting for C programs or snippets to test alias analysis derek@_NOSPAM_knosof.co.uk (Derek M. Jones) (2005-12-08)|
|Re: Soliciting for C programs or snippets to test alias analysis email@example.com (neal) (2005-12-11)|
|Re: Soliciting for C programs or snippets to test alias analysis firstname.lastname@example.org (dz) (2005-12-11)|
|From:||"Derek M. Jones" <derek@_NOSPAM_knosof.co.uk>|
|Date:||8 Dec 2005 22:08:10 -0500|
|Organization:||ntl Cablemodem News Service|
|Posted-Date:||08 Dec 2005 22:08:10 EST|
> To ensure the correctness of the analysis, identify the cause of
> imprecision, and explore the method to improve precision, I need some
> real uses of pointer in C. Even though I have searched C programs on
> sourceforge.net, it's really difficult to figure out which one is
> suitable for my purpose. I'm particularly looking for code with the
> following criteria:
I imagine you will also want to compare the performance of your
analysis against that of other researchers. Why not use the same
programs that they use (invariably some version of the SPEC
I don't understand why you are only interested in stand alone pointer
analysis. The purpose of pointer analysis is to provide information
to other kinds of analysis (eg, optimizers, lint like tools) to help
them do a better job.
> 3. The size of program should be just few thousand lines of C
> code or at most 10,000 lines.
This is a general problem with pointer analysis. Many algorithms do
not scale to industrial size programs.
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