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To be an honest question poster I do not yet fully grasp the difference between small step and big step semantics. There was a good discussion here

My question is if I were to do static analysis on a file to determine if it is malware, what would be better to use: small step or big step semantics?

To take this a step further if I am doing dynamic analysis which would be best: small step or big step semantics?

Preferably a simple example as to why would be much appreciated.

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