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Maarten Vandercammen
Maarten Vandercammen
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
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Scala-am: A modular static analysis framework
Q Stiévenart, M Vandercammen, W De Meuter, C De Roover
2016 IEEE 16th International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and …, 2016
112016
A formal foundation for trace-based JIT compilers
M Vandercammen, J Nicolay, S Marr, J De Koster, T D'Hondt, ...
Proceedings of the 13th International Workshop on Dynamic Analysis, 25-30, 2015
52015
Improving trace-based jit optimisation using whole-program information
M Vandercammen, C De Roover
Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Virtual Machines and …, 2016
12016
The Essence of Meta-Tracing JIT Compilers
M Vandercammen
12015
Prioritising Server Bugs via Inter-process Concolic Testing.
M Vandercammen, L Christophe, D Di Nucci, W De Meuter, C De Roover
Art Sci. Eng. Program. 5 (2), 5, 2021
2021
Prioritising Server Side Reachability via Inter-process Concolic Testing
M Vandercammen, L Christophe, D Di Nucci, W De
The Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming 5 (2), 2020
2020
Concolic Testing of Full-Stack JavaScript Applications.
M Vandercammen, L Christophe, W De Meuter, C De Roover
BENEVOL, 38-42, 2018
2018
A flexible framework for studying trace-based just-in-time compilation
M Vandercammen, S Marr, C De Roover
Computer Languages, Systems & Structures 51, 22-47, 2018
2018
Employing Run-time Static Analysis to Improve Concolic Execution.
M Vandercammen, C De Roover
BENEVOL, 26-29, 2017
2017
Incrementalizing Abstract Interpretation.
N Van Es, M Vandercammen, C De Roover
BENEVOL, 31-35, 2017
2017
A Formal Foundation for Trace-Based JIT Compilation
M Vandercammen, J Nicolay, C De Roover
SPLASH 2015, 2015
2015
STRAF: A Scala Framework for Experiments in Trace-Based JIT Compilation
M Vandercammen, Q Stiévenart, WD Meuter, CD Roover
International Summer School on Generative and Transformational Techniques in …, 2015
2015
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