July 1, 2012, affiliated with IJCAR
StarExec is a cross-community solver execution and benchmark library service under joint development at the University of Iowa and the University of Miami. Its goal is to facilitate the experimental evaluation of logic solvers and other automated reasoning tools by providing a shared storage and computing infrastructure to store, manage and make available benchmark libraries; execute comparative evaluations; and run solver competitions. StarExec should be available for public use in the fall of 2012.
This workshop aims at bringing together developers and users of logic solvers, to introduce them to the StarExec service and obtain feedback that will guide the ongoing development. The StarExec team will present the system as it has been developed thus far. Attendees will be given access to the service so they can use it and provide feedback. Selected leaders of logic solver communities will give presentations highlighting the needs and expectations of their communities. The workshop will conclude with a panel and discussion to elicit the dreams and needs of logic solver users and developers, in the context of the earlier activities.
|09:00‑09:15am|| The StarExec Vision
|09:15‑10:00am|| The StarExec Implementation
Attendees use StarExec (Working through this worksheet.)
|11:30‑12:00am||Feedback on Use of StarExec|
|13:30‑15:00pm|| Presentations by Logic Solver Community Leaders
Armin Biere (HWM), Giovambattista Ianni (ASP), Olivier Roussel (SAT), Johannes Waldmann (Termination)
|15:30‑16:30pm|| Panel and Discussion
Geoff Sutcliffe (Moderator), David Cok (SMT-COMP), Andrei Paskevich (Why3), Stephan Schulz (E-prover), Michael Tautschnig (SV-COMP)