Last modified: Sat Apr 9 03:11:32 2016 GMT.
In this paper, we propose a logic-based "type" system for the static verification of concurrent assembly programs, applying the "invariance proof" technique for verifying general safety properties and the "assume-guarantee" paradigm for decomposition. In particular, we introduce a notion of "local guarantee" for the thread-modular verification in a non-preemptive setting.
Our system is fully mechanized. Its soundness has been verified using the Coq proof assistant. A safety proof of a program is semi-automatically constructed with help of Coq, allowing the verification of even undecidable safety properties. We demonstrate the usage of our system using three examples, addressing mutual exclusion, deadlock freedom, and partial correctness respectively.