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Iosif, and S. Perarnau is valid iff the set [[ϕ]] [[ψ]] is empty, where is an operator defined on SGRs, that computes the representation of the difference between the set of concrete models of the ϕ and the one of ψ. Least, the emptiness problem for sets of SGRs is shown to be decidable, by reduction to the satisfiability problem for the Presburger arithmetic. 1 Symbolic Shape Graphs In this section we define a finite representation of (possibly infinite) sets of heaps, called symbolic shape graphs (SSG), which is the essence of our decision method.
Note that we use the “classical” (non-intuitionistic) semantics of Separation Logic , in which a points-to relation L1 → L2 is true iff the heap is defined on only one cell whose address is the value of L1 . As a result, lsk (L1 , L2 ) is true iff the heap is defined only on the set of addresses that form the list from L1 up to (but not including) L2 . Another consequence of using this semantics is that ls0 (L1 , L2 ) is true only on the empty heap. One can however recover the intuitionistic semantics of  by using the k shorthands L1 → L2 and ls (L1 , L2 ) instead.
This paper presents an extension of a decidable fragment of Separation Logic for singly-linked lists, defined by Berdine, Calcagno and O’Hearn . Our main extension consists in introducing atomic formulae of the form lsk (x, y) describing a list segment of length k, stretching from x to y, where k is a logical variable interpreted over positive natural numbers, that may occur further inside Presburger constraints. We study the decidability of the full first-order logic combining unrestricted quantification of arithmetic and location variables.