|Research Group Computer Science II||Dept. of Computer Science|
Seminar: Automated Termination Analysis
(S2, WS 2005/2006)
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Giesl, René Thiemann, Peter Schneider-Kamp
Participants should have knowledge in "functional programming", "term rewriting", "program verification", or "logic programming". When registering for the seminar, please indicate which of these lectures you have attended (preferably lectures where you also actively participated in the exercises).
Termination is an essential property of programs and termination analysis is
an important task in software development and program verification.
In the seminar, we present techniques and tools to prove termination of
programs automatically, where we focus on different types of programming
languages (e.g., term rewrite systems, logic, functional, and imperative
The seminar will take place on two days at the end of the semester (February 2006). The preliminary meeting will take place on Friday, November 4 at 1pm in our seminar room (E2, room 4201b). In this meeting the different topics will be presented and assigned.
For further details please contact René Thiemann, Tel. 80-21241.
Theoretical Computer Science, Area of Specialization