## Verification of Non-Functional Programs using Interpretations in Type Theory

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@MISC{Filliâtre_verificationof,

author = {Jean-Christophe Filliâtre},

title = {Verification of Non-Functional Programs using Interpretations in Type Theory},

year = {}

}

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### Abstract

We study the problem of certifying programs combining imperative and functional features within the general framework of type theory. Type theory constitutes a powerful specification language, which is naturally suited for the proof of purely functional programs. To deal with imperative programs, we propose a logical interpretation of an annotated program as a partial proof of its specification. The construction of the corresponding partial proof term is based on a static analysis of the effects of the program, and on the use of monads. The usual notion of monads is refined in order to account for the notion of effect. The missing subterms in the partial proof term are seen as proof obligations, whose actual proofs are left to the user. We show that the validity of those proof obligations implies the total correctness of the program. We also establish a result of partial completeness. This work has been implemented in the Coq proof assistant. It appears as a tactic taking an ann...