Omnibus: a clean language and supporting tool for integrating different assertion-based verification techniques. Omnibus is a new system for the development of reliable ObjectOriented software. It includes a clean language that is superficially similar to Java but removes aspects that particularly complicate verification. Integrated support is provided for run-time assertion checking, extended static checking and full formal verification. The language is supported by a prototype IDE with a type checker, Java code generator, HTML documentation generator and a range of verifiers. This paper presents the case for Omnibus, gives an overview of the language and tools and discusses its relationship to dependable systems development.

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  1. James, Perry R.; Chalin, Patrice: Faster and more complete extended static checking for the Java modeling language (2010)
  2. Wilson, Thomas; Maharaj, Savi; Clark, Robert G.: Flexible and configurable verification policies with Omnibus (2008) ioport
  3. Leavens, Gary T.; Leino, K. Rustan M.; Müller, Peter: Specification and verification challenges for sequential object-oriented programs (2007)