Conference paper

KŘOUSTEK Jakub. Usage of Decompilation in Processor Architecture Modeling. In: Proceedings of XXXIth International Autumn Colloquium Advanced Simulation of Systems. Ostrava, 2009, pp. 64-67. ISBN 978-80-86840-47-5.
Publication language:english
Original title:Usage of Decompilation in Processor Architecture Modeling
Title (cs):Využití dekompilaci při modelování architektur procesorů
Pages:64-67
Proceedings:Proceedings of XXXIth International Autumn Colloquium Advanced Simulation of Systems
Conference:31st International Autumn Colloquium Advanced Simulation of Systems - ASIS 2009
Place:Ostrava, CZ
Year:2009
ISBN:978-80-86840-47-5
Keywords
reverse engineering, decompilation, debugging, Lissom, VLIW
Annotation
This paper explains concept of generic decompiler and its use in processor architecture modeling. Generic decompiler is a tool that can recompile any binary form of program to a chosen high level language representation. Output must be functionally equivalent to the input. Process of decompilation is highly dependent on the processor architecture. This problem is solvable by a special language for description of architecture and instruction semantic. Generic decompiler will be the main part of the planned tool - generic debugger. Special case of usage of such a tool is debugging optimized code for VLIW architectures, due to their complexity. The whole concept will be implemented in practice in project Lissom (FIT BUT). The Lissom project is focused on hardware/software co-design. Generic debugger will be a part of automatically generated tool-set.
BibTeX:
@INPROCEEDINGS{
   author = {Jakub Křoustek},
   title = {Usage of Decompilation in Processor Architecture Modeling},
   pages = {64--67},
   booktitle = {Proceedings of XXXIth International Autumn Colloquium
	Advanced Simulation of Systems},
   year = {2009},
   location = {Ostrava, CZ},
   ISBN = {978-80-86840-47-5},
   language = {english},
   url = {http://www.fit.vutbr.cz/research/view_pub.php?id=9091}
}

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