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GrammaTech Starts Work on Advanced Analysis Engine for a Predictive Auto-Complete and Auto-Correct Code (DARPA´s PLINY Project)

(Ithaca/New York, 30 April 2015)

GrammaTech has begun work on PLINY, a joint effort among GrammaTech and three Universities, with the goal to automatically detect program defects, suggest program repairs, and complete program drafts. PLINY is part of DARPA´s (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) Mining and Understanding Software Enclaves (MUSE) program.
This initiative seeks to gather hundreds of billions of lines of publicly available open-source computer code to mine in an effort to create a searchable database of properties, behaviors, and vulnerabilities.
GrammaTech´s static code analysis tool CodeSonar will be at the center of the effort to generate features. CodeSonar has an extraordinary scalability, and an analysis engine with proven capabilities for discovering subtle program properties.     > further information