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Java Pathfinder

This is the main page for Java™ Pathfinder (JPF). JPF is an extensible software model checking framework for Java™ bytecode programs. The system was developed at the NASA Ames Research Center, open sourced in 2005, and is freely available on this server under the Apache-2.0 license.



Latest JPF News

  • 05/08/2018 JPF Workshop 2018 will be co-located with FSE 2018 in Lake Buena Vista, FL. Please consider submitting a paper.
  • 01/23/2018 The JPF team is applying to the GSoC program for 2018. To learn more, please visit the JPF/GSoC page.
  • 05/01/2017 JPF Workshop 2017 will be co-located with ASE 2017 in Champaign, IL. Please consider submitting a paper.
  • 02/27/2017 JPF got accepted for GSoC 2017. Please visit our ideas page, and let us know if you have a topic in mind.
  • 01/19/2017 The JPF team is applying to the GSoC program for 2017. To learn more, please visit the JPF/GSoC page.
  • 06/01/2016 JPF Workshop 2016 will be co-located with FSE 2016 in Seattle, WA, on November 18, 2016. Please consider submitting a paper.
  • 04/22/2016 JPF student proposals accepted for GSoC 2016 announced - Congratulations to the students!
  • 02/29/2016 JPF got accepted for GSoC 2016. Please visit our ideas page, and let us know if you would like to propose a project.
  • 17/08/2015 JPF Workshop 2015 Accepted Papers are announced. Please visit ASE 2015 for registration, date and venue information.
  • 10/03/2014 JPF Workshop 2014 Accepted Papers. Please visit SOAR Lab for registration, date and venue information.
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