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Prikl. Diskr. Mat., 2010, Number 2(8), Pages 96–103 (Mi pdm177)  

Mathematical Foundations of Informatics and Programming

The discovery of faulty work with resources in the software

V. V. Gorelov

Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia

Abstract: Crossplatform method to trace software errors in runtime during resource manipulation is shown. A scheme for describing abstract resources and their functions in XML is presented. Due to separation it's possible to describe vast classes of resources without changing the analyzer core. Detected errors often have an influence on security, safety, robustness and resource optimal usage.

Keywords: software, instrumenting, resources, debugging, tracing.

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UDC: 681.3

Citation: V. V. Gorelov, “The discovery of faulty work with resources in the software”, Prikl. Diskr. Mat., 2010, no. 2(8), 96–103

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