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Semantics of concurrent computation

Proceedings of the international symposium, Evian, France, July 2-4, 1979 (Lecture notes in computer science)

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  We define (with machine-checked proofs in Coq) a modular operational semantics for Concurrent C minor—a language with shared memory, spawnable threads, and first-class locks. By modular we mean that one can reason about sequential control and data-flow knowing almost nothing about concurrency, and one can reason about concurrency knowing almost nothing about sequential . Efficient Computation of Argumentation Semantics addresses argumentation semantics and systems, introducing readers to cutting-edge decomposition methods that drive increasingly efficient logic computation in AI and intelligent systems. Such complex and distributed systems are increasingly used in the automation and transportation systems field, and particularly autonomous systems, as well as.

Sheaf Semantics for Concurrent Interacting Objects, by Joseph Goguen, in Mathematical Structures in Computer Science, Volume 2, , pages Logical Support for Modularization, by Razvan Diaconescu, Joseph Goguen and Petros Stefaneas, in Logical Environments, edited by Gerard Huet and Gordon Plotkin, Cambridge, , pages This is an acceptable way of specifying the semantics of a concurrent language. $\endgroup$ – Dave Clarke Nov 5 '12 at $\begingroup$ Thanks. Can you point me to any other papers that use a similar approach to the one used in the F# paper? $\endgroup$ – Alex Nov 5 '12 at

Actors: a model of concurrent computation in distributed systems (parallel processing, semantics, open, programming languages, artificial intelligence) Abstract. No abstract available. Cited By. The same semantics can also be used to identify dependencies in CC programs. Based on such depen­ dencies, an analysis of parallel and sequential threads in the concurrent computation can be performed, establishing the basis for a transformation into parallel CLP programs (with explicit dynamic schedul­ ing).


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Semantics of Concurrent Computation Proceedings of the International Symposium, Evian, France, July 2–4, Editors; Search within book. Front Matter. PDF. The temporal semantics of concurrent programs.

Amir Pnueli. Pages Semantics of Concurrent Computation Proceedings of the International Symposium Evian, France, JulyEditors: Kahn, G.

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Semantics of Concurrent Computation: Proceedings of the International Symposium Evian, France, July Author: G. Kahn.

Get this from a library. Semantics of concurrent computation: proceedings of the International Symposium, Evian, France, July[Gilles Kahn;].

Concurrent computing is a form of computing in which several computations are executed concurrently—during overlapping time periods—instead of sequentially, with one completing before the next starts.

This is a property of a system—whether a program, computer, or a network—where there is a separate execution point or "thread of control" for each process. Enabling applications to execute various tasks in parallel is difficult if those tasks exhibit read and write conflicts.

We recently developed a programming model based Semantics of concurrent computation book concurrent revisions that addresses this challenge in a novel way: each forked task gets a conceptual copy of all the shared state, and state changes are integrated only when [ ]Cited by: Central to the model is the concept of flow net, which is used to describe concurrent computation, just as a conventional flowchart is used to describe serial computation.

A flow-of-control algebra of flow nets is presented by defining a minimal set of operations for composing flow nets, together with an equational system they by: 1. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

This volume contains the proceedings of the Spring School of Theoretical Computer Science, devoted to the semantics of concurrency. The papers are of two kinds: surveys and tutorials introducing the subject to novices and students and giving updates of the state of the art, - research papers.

Semantics for core Concurrent ML using computation types Alan Jeffrey Abstract This paper presents two typed higher-order concurrent functional pro-gramming languages, based on Reppy’sConcurrent ML.

The first isa simpli-fied, monomorphic variant of CML, which allows reduction of terms of any type. PDF | This paper develops a proof-theoretic semantics based on linear logic for Concurrent Prolog. Several fragments of linear logic are used in order | Find, read and cite all the research you.

In computer science, concurrency is the ability of different parts or units of a program, algorithm, or problem to be executed out-of-order or in partial order, without affecting the final outcome. This allows for parallel execution of the concurrent units, which can significantly improve overall speed of the execution in multi-processor and multi-core systems.

A compositional and fully abstract semantics for concurrent constraint programming is developed. It is the first fully abstract semantics which takes into account both non Cited by: 2.

Unifying Semantics for Concurrent Programming. Tony Hoare. Book Title. Computation‚ Logic‚ Games‚ and Quantum Foundations. The Many Facets of Samson Abramsky − Essays Dedicated to Samson Abramsky on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday. Editor. Bob. This very preliminary text covers the theory of concurrent models of computation (MoCs) with applications to software systems, embedded systems, and cyber-physical systems modeling.

Topics include analysis for boundedness, deadlock, and determinacy; and formal. Formal Models and Semantics A volume in Handbook of Theoretical Computer Science. Book • The models of computation generally considered to be distributed are process models in which the computational activity is represented as the concurrent execution of sequential processes.

Operational and Algebraic Semantics of Concurrent. 6 Lee 11 Potential Confusion • Concurrent vs. parallel • Concurrent vs. nondeterminate Lee 12 Kahn Process Networks (PN) A Concurrent Model of Computation (MoC) • A set of components called actors.

• Each representing a sequential procedure. • Where steps in these procedures receive or send messages to other actors (or perform local operations). The book also includes some classic concurrent programming problems such as critical sections, producers and consumers, readers and writers, the dining philosophers and resource allocation.

The 'Historical Notes and References' provided at the end of every chapter is a plus in which it provides citations to relevant literature and more insights Cited by: So, most traditional languages take a more conservative and simpler approach: assuming the semantics of evaluation totally sequential and serial, then providing optional primitives to allow some of the computations being concurrent and parallel.

These primitives can be keywords or procedural constructs ("functions") supported by the language. $\begingroup$ Yes, concurrent and parallel programming are different. for instance, you can have two threads (or processes) executing concurrently on the same core through context switching.

When the two threads (or processes) are executed on two different cores (or processors), you have parallelism. So, in the former case (concurrency) parallelism is only "virtual", while in the latter you.A semantics for concurrent separation logic Stephen Brookes Abstract We present a trace semantics for a language of parallel programs which share access to mutable data.

We introduce a resource-sensitive logic for partial correctness, based on a recent proposal of O’Hearn, adapting separation logic to the concurrent setting. The logic allows.similar semantics, but combined in different ways.

Some issues to consider:! Separation of concurrency from state machines! Nesting of distinct models of computation! Expanding beyond synchronous + FSM to model the (stochastic) environment and deployment to hardware.!

Styles of synchronous semantics (Ptolemy II realizes aFile Size: 1MB.