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Algorithm Selection for Dynamic Symbolic Execution: A Preliminary Study

R Amadini, G Gange, P Schachte, H Søndergaard, PJ Stuckey

Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) | Published : 2021


Given a portfolio of algorithms, the goal of Algorithm Selection (AS) is to select the best algorithm(s) for a new, unseen problem instance. Dynamic Symbolic Execution (DSE) brings together concrete and symbolic execution to maximise the program coverage. DSE uses a constraint solver to solve the path conditions and generate new inputs to explore. In this paper we join these lines of research by introducing a model that combines DSE and AS approaches. The proposed AS/DSE model is a generic and flexible framework enabling the DSE engine to solve the path conditions it collects with a portfolio of different solvers, by exploiting and extending the well-known AS techniques that have been develo..

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