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    • Rust formal verificationRust's linear types and borrow checking enable complex correctness proofs using formal verification tools, contributing to reliable and secure hardware and software systems at scale.

      The Rust programming language is gaining popularity in the field of hardware and software co-assurance, particularly for formal verification. With the increasing use of domain-specific languages for hardware and software realization, formal verification systems for Rust are being developed, such as CRUSOT, PRUSTEE, Rust Horn, and AWS's Connie 2. One notable example is Carnegie Mellon University's Verus, which allows programmers to express proofs and specifications using Rust syntax, taking advantage of its linear types and borrow checking. This approach makes it possible to attempt complex correctness proofs on the system using these verification tools. This technology is significant as it can help ensure the reliability and security of software and hardware systems at scale. The paper mentioned in the discussion, which is available under a CC 4.0 license, provides further details on this topic and related work in the field.

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