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Proceedings Article: BibTeX citation key:  Eisenbarth2002a
T. Eisenbarth, R. Koschke and G. Vogel, "Static Trace Extraction" in Proc. of 9th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering, Richmond, VA, USA, Oct. 28-Nov. 1, 2002, pp. 128–137.
Added by: Jochen Quante 2007-09-13 11:23:43    Last edited by: Jochen Quante 2007-09-19 11:10:37
Categories: AG-Koschke, SAT, SQuIS, [ old ---- Adaptive Kommunikation --- old ]
Keywords: protocol recovery, reverse engineering, static analysis
Creators: Eisenbarth, Koschke, Vogel
Publisher: (Richmond, VA, USA)
Collection: Proc. of 9th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering

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A trace is a record of the execution of a computer program, showing the sequence of operations executed. Dynamic traces are obtained by executing the program and depend upon the input. Static traces, on the other hand, describe potential sequences of operations extracted statically from the source code. Static traces offer the advantage that they do not depend upon input data.
This paper describes a new automatic technique to extract static traces for individual stack and heap objects. The extracted static traces can be used in many ways, such as protocol recovery and validation in particular and program understanding in general.
Added by: Jochen Quante

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