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hpr3081 :: Why do formal verification?

tuturto talks about testing and formal verification of software

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In episode 3057 I talked about formal verification of software and forgot to mention why one would want to do it. This episode hopefully answers to that.

While formal verification is powerful tool, it’s also rather cumbersome and slow to use. In some cases you’re better off with traditional ways of testing.


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