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Linear Time, Branching Time, and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency

W. P. De Roever

Linear Time, Branching Time, and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency

School/Workshop, Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands May 30-June 3, (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

by W. P. De Roever

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ContributionsJ. W. De Bakker (Editor), Grzegorz Rozenberg (Editor), W. P. De Roever (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages713
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Open LibraryOL7446154M
ISBN 10038751080X
ISBN 109780387510804

Chapter 2 Linear time series Prerequisites • Familarity with linear models. • Solve polynomial equations. • Be familiar with complex numbers. • Understand under what conditions the sequences have well defined limits, with partic-ular application to the infinite sum! ∞ j=0 a j. Objectives • File Size: KB. Written by an Intel engineer with over two decades of parallel and concurrent programming experience, this book will help you: Understand parallelism and concurrency Explore differences between programming for shared-memory and distributed-memory Learn guidelines for designing multithreaded applications, including testing and tuning Discover Cited by:

Inlinear temporal logics, time is treated as if each moment in time has a unique possible future. Thus, linear temporal logic for-mulas are interpreted over linear sequences and we regard them as describing a behavior of a single computation of a program. In branching temporal logics, each moment in time may split into various possible futures. Temporal Logics • Introduce temporal operators to describe how worlds change over time w/o explicitly referring to time • Vary in how they view time – Linear time: quantify over the worlds in an execution path – Branching time: quantify over both execution paths and worlds.

Linear vs. Branching Time • LTL is a linear time logic – When determining if a path satisfies an LTL formula we are only concerned with a single path • CTL is a branching time logic – When determining if a state satisfies a CTL formula we are concerned with multiple . Handbook of Temporal Reasoning in Artificial Intelligence. Logics and Models of Real-Time: A Survey. In Real Time: Logic and Computation. In J. W. de Bakker, W.-P. de Roever, and G. Rozenberg, editors, Linear Time, Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency - LNCS Vol. XXX, pages Springer-Verlag.


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Linear Time, Branching Time, and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency by W. P. De Roever Download PDF EPUB FB2

This volume is based on the "School/Workshop on Linear Time, Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency" organized by the editors and held in the period May June 3, at Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands.

The School/Workshop was an activity of the project REX. This volume is based on the "School/Workshop on Linear Time, Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency" organized by the editors and held in the period May June 3, at Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands.

The School/Workshop was an activity of the project REX - Research and Education in Concurrent Systems. Get this from a library. Linear time, branching time and partial order in logics and models for concurrency: school/workshop, Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands, May June Branching Time, [J W de Bakker; W -P de Roever; Grzegorz Rozenberg] -- Modelling the behaviour of concurrent and distributed systems has grown into one of the most challenging and vigorous research areas within theoretical.

Get this from a library. Linear time, branching time and partial order in logics and models for concurrency: school/workshop, Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands, May 30 - June 3, [Jacobus W de Bakker; School Workshop on Linear Time, Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency (, Noordwijkerhout);].

In book: Linear Time, Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency (pp). Clarke E.M., Draghicescu I.A.

() Expressibility results for linear-time and branching-time logics. In: de Bakker J.W., de Roever W.P., Rozenberg G. (eds) Linear Time, Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency. REX Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

First Online 09 June Cited by: Linear Time, Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency: School/Workshop, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, May 30 - June 3, (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) (1st Edition) by Willem-Paul De Roever (Editor), Grzegorz Rozenberg (Editor), Bakker (Editor), G.

(Eds.) Rosenberg Paperback, Pages, Published Book Edition: 1st Edition. Linear time, branching time and partial order in logics and models for concurrency: school/workshop, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, May 30 - June 3, Series Lecture notes in computer science, Cited by: The present paper shows, for the first time, how this approach can be applied to languages that model the behavior of a program as a tree.

We study here partial order reductions for branching temporal logics, e.g., the logics CTL and CTL* (with the next time operator removed) and process algebra logics such as Hennesy–Milner logic Cited by: Linear time [1] and branching time [2] temporal logics are used for specifying and verifying concurrent and distributed systems: partial order models (trace systems are an example) are mostly used.

Abstract. In this paper various semantics in the linear time - branching time spectrum are presented in a uniform, model-independent way. Restricted to the class of finitely branching, concrete, sequential processes, only fifteen of them turn out to be different, and most semantics found in the literature that can be defined uniformly in terms of action relations coincide with one of these.

Linear Time, Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency School/Workshop, Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands, May June 3, [REVIEW] J. de Bakker, W. de Roever, Grzegorz Rozenberg & Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency School/Workshop on Linear Time - Cited by: 6.

We compare propositional temporal logics by comparing the equivalences that they induce on models. Linear time, branching time and partial order temporal logics are considered.

The logics are interpreted on occurrence transition systems, generated by labelled prime event structures without autoconcurrency. The discussion of the relative merits of linear versus branching temporal logics in the context of system specification and verification goes b ack to the s [44,26, 8,55,28,27,58,19,17,63,64].

As analyzed in [55], linear and branching time logics correspondto two distinct views of time. It is not surprising thereforethat LTL and CTL.

Sumit Nain and Moshe Vardi, Branching Time vs. Linear Time: Semantical Perspective, invited ATVA'07 paper puts forward an, admittedly provocative, thesis, which is that process-equivalence theory allowed itself to wander in the “wilderness†for lack of accepted guiding principles.

Linear and Branching Temporal Logics1 Frits Vaandrager Institute for Computing and Information Sciences Partial order reduction ager TemporalLogics. Agenda for today Course intro Linear time temporal logic ager TemporalLogics. Principles Syntax Semantics PartI LinearTimeLogic.

- An introduction to event structures, in Linear Time, Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency (J. de Bakker, W. de Roever, and G. Rozenberg, Eds.), (), Springer-Verlag LNCSProceedings of REX Google ScholarCited by: Linear Time, Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics and Models for Concurrency.

Vol. Issue., p. we may note that the times quantified over need not be moments of time. They can be suitable stretches of time instead. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

Formal. Logics of Time and Computation (Volume 7) (Lecture Notes) New material for the second edition extends the temporal logic of concurrency to branching time, studying a system of Computational Tree Logic that formalizes reasoning about behavior.

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Mazurkiewicz: Basic notions of trace theory. In: Linear Time, Branching Time and Partial Order in Logics an Models for Concurrency, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer, Berlin,[Mil 89] R. Milner: Communication and Concurrency. Prentice Hall, File Size: KB.