The Case for Semantics-Based Methods in Reverse Engineering by Rolf Rolles. (pdf – slides)
Jennifer Shockley quotes Rolf as saying:
“The goal of my RECON 2012 keynote speech was to introduce methods in academic program analysis and demonstrate — intuitively, without drawing too much on formalism — how they can be used to solve practical problems that are interesting to industrial researchers in the real world. Given that it was the keynote speech, and my goal of making the material as accessible as possible, I attempted to make my points with pictures instead of dense technical explanations.”
From his blog post: ‘RECON 2012 Keynote: The Case for Semantics-Based Methods in Reverse Engineering.’
Rolf also points to a reading list on program analysis.
Did someone say semantics?
Anyone working on topic map based tools for reverse engineering?
Thinking that any improvement in sharing of results, even partial results, would improve response times.