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Fri 9 Nov

09:00 - 10:00: WASPI - WASPI workshop at Spring Lake
Chair(s): Hoan Anh NguyenIowa State University, USA, Hridesh RajanIowa State University, Tien NguyenUniversity of Texas at Dallas, Gary LeavensUniversity of Central Florida, Robert DyerBowling Green State University
fse-2018-WASPI09:00 - 09:15
Day opening
fse-2018-WASPI09:15 - 10:00
Miryung KimUniversity of California, Los Angeles
10:30 - 12:00: WASPI - Morning Talks at Spring Lake
Chair(s): Gary LeavensUniversity of Central Florida
fse-2018-WASPI10:30 - 11:00
Hoan Anh NguyenIowa State University, USA, Tien NguyenUniversity of Texas at Dallas, Hridesh RajanIowa State University, Robert DyerBowling Green State University
fse-2018-WASPI11:00 - 11:30
Vaibhav SharmaUniversity of Minnesota, Taejoon ByunUniversity of Minnesota, Stephen McCamantUniversity of Minnesota, Sanjai RayadurgamUniversity of Minnesota, Mats P. E. HeimdahlUniversity of Minnesota, USA
fse-2018-WASPI11:30 - 12:00
Quoc Anh DoMississippi State University, Tanmay BhowmikMississippi State University
13:30 - 14:30: WASPI - Afternoon talks at Spring Lake
Chair(s): Robert DyerBowling Green State University
fse-2018-WASPI13:30 - 14:00
Samantha Syeda KhairunnesaIowa State University, Hoan Anh NguyenIowa State University, USA, Hridesh RajanIowa State University
fse-2018-WASPI14:00 - 14:30
Ryota YamamotoNagoya University, Norihiro YoshidaNagoya University, Hiroaki TakadaNagoya University
DOI Pre-print
14:30 - 15:00: WASPI - Future of Specification Inference Panel at Spring Lake
Chair(s): Hoan NguyenIowa State University
fse-2018-WASPI14:30 - 15:00
15:30 - 17:00: WASPI - Open Discussion: Benchmarks for Program Specification at Spring Lake
Chair(s): Hridesh RajanIowa State University
fse-2018-WASPI15:30 - 17:00

Specifications provide programmers with the confidence their implementations are correct. Formal specifications can even automatically verify the code and specification are consistent, providing additional guarantees. However, most programmers do not write such specifications as it is either too hard, too time consuming, or requires expertise not widely available. Tools and techniques have been developed over time to (semi)automate the generation of such specifications, to varying success.

The International Workshop on Automated Specification Inference (WASPI) provides a venue for researchers and practitioners to come together and discuss the current state of the art of and challenges to specification inference techniques and tools. For example, how do we infer more complex and usable specifications? How do we increase the accuracy of the inference techniques? How do we encourage practitioners to use the inference tools and techniques more than they currently do? The goal of this workshop is to identify the most pressing open problems facing specification inference researchers and provide a solid direction toward solving those problems.