The HacKeYthon is a two-day event with the goal of bringing forward the development of the KeY system and to transfer knowledge from experienced developers to newer members and associates of the KeY project.Continue reading “2nd HacKeYthon 2024”
Tired of experiencing bugs that weren't covered by your test cases before? KeY lets you augment your Java program with a specification written in the Java Modeling Language JML and helps you proving that your program behaves as it should.
Debugging sucks! Well, not if you're using our Symbolic Execution Debugger. Profit from a graphical visualization of the program's execution flow, state inspection and various other features to quickly uncover undesired behavior!
Teaching and Research
KeY is already used extensively for teaching at different universities. Use the tool's possibilities for teaching your students important concepts like design by contract, applied logics and program verification. Or use KeY for realizing your research project.
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Hans-Dieter Hiep and Stijn de Gouw received a Google Award on 22nd of June, 2023 for finding an integer overflow bug in the LinkedList implementation of the OpenJDK using the KeY verification system.
We congratulate them to their impressive achievement!
The KeY Symposium brings together researchers interested in KeY and related aspects. We will exchange recent achievements, current ideas, discuss the next steps and milestones of the area, as well as future directions in general. Also the latest developments in the KeY tool are presented and discussed.
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We can do better than testing!
KeY lets you specify the desired behavior of your program in the well-known specification language JML, and helps you proving that your programs conforms to its specification. That way, you did not only show that your program behaves as expected for some set of test values - you proved that it works correctly for all possible values! Go beyond testing - start proving!
Symbolic Debugging The next-generation debugger.
Imagine that you start debugging without having to think of particular input values. Your debugger instantly tells you that part of your code is unreachable, shows you all feasible runs in a beautiful graph and gives you graphical hints on where the problem you're after could possibly hide. While performing all this magic, it gracefully integrates within the Eclipse IDE and offers tools (breakpoints etc.) that you know from the debuggers of yesterday. Meet the Symbolic Execution Debugger!
Use our tool to demonstrate to your students that formal concepts, like first-order logic, Hoare logic and symbolic execution, are not just dry theoretical ideas, but are practically used and even integrated into the IDE they know. KeY is already extensively used in different universities, in several countries.
Currently, our team is spending a lot of effort on making KeY even more attractive to new research projects by increasing its extensibility. Use KeY for your own research project or in your courses!