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41 thoughts on “Facebook's Code Checker – Computerphile | Nơi thông tin những thủ thuật có ích nhất

  1. Leigh C says:

    I’m glad my choice of language is not supported, or else I would feel compelled to try it & remind myself how terrible I am.

  2. Drone Enthusiasts says:

    It is interesting that it lets a human decide on whether it is in their best interest to address a "bug" or not. Does it allow one to SUPPRESS "bugs" we don't necessarily deem as bugs in a given file/class etc ?

  3. Michael Bauer says:

    This is pretty much why I'm going back to Uni this semester to study Computational Mathematics as an MPhil in Philosophy, Formal Logic and Philosophy of Science and programmer of 8 years, software architect of 5 years – brush up and complete the mathematical foundation, then use Proof Theory, Model Theory, Category Theory, Homotopy Type Theory to research both philosophy of science and proof assistants & static code analyzers…. wish me luck! 🙂 Amazing, fascinating stuff – great video!

  4. dba commons says:

    quoth ]08:15+099s[ there is a school of thought that says we need to change the programing language to make it easier to verify, but I come from a different point of view. I say there is billions of lines of code out there and instead of rewriting the world, mathematical logic is very powerful, why don't we try to deal with that code as is.

  5. Kalernor says:

    As someone interested in mathematical logic it's nice to know it has its uses in industry and something I can possibly aspire to if I don't want to pursue academia

  6. val see says:

    The problem with the halting problem: why turing was

    Simple question. Assume the halting problems conjecture and axioms. What state is your master machine at the exact moment it requires input. Halted? What about after some input. If you continue feeding the master in, you get an infinite regression, lowest-newest node is always halting and each subsequent version up the chain is just ! last_node. Sounds easily detected to me. The halting problem is moot outside the reference frame of input.

    It's a pointer holding it's own address. No matter how far you dereference, you still have a pointer.

    Wrong

  7. Ivz says:

    The amount of facial expressions this guy uses is over the top.. Guess infer isn't the only thing that is static here.

  8. Robert Chrzanowski says:

    My intuition tells me that most programs that solve problems that we find "useful" are decidable. Banking/shopping excreta. The only undecidable programs that I know of are toy math problems. I think it should be possible to determine if most business software is soundly typed and bug free.

  9. Advanced Tenchology says:

    "Infer is a static analysis tool for Java, C++, Objective-C, and C. Infer is written in OCaml." I guess that means I cannot run it on itself to tell me there are some bugs in it. That's sad.

  10. Pamela prouty says:

    Face Book needs to be exposed as they are bias and dishonest. Government needs to investigate Twitter and FB both evil!!! Americans stand up and speak!

  11. Emerson Pfeiffer says:

    In the software development class I'm taking, we are learning about static analysis and currently using Infer to analyze its effectiveness. Computerphile posts a video on Infer and static analysis. Coincidence? 😝

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