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Computer Science - Communication Networks | CONCUR 2004 -- Concurrency Theory - 15th International Conference, London, UK, August 31 - September

CONCUR 2004 -- Concurrency Theory

15th International Conference, London, UK, August 31 - September 3, 2004, Proceedings

Gardner, Philippa, Yoshida, Nobuko (Eds.)

2004, XIV, 534 p.

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This volume contains the proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Concurrency Theory (CONCUR 2004) held in the Royal Society, London, UK, from the 31st August to the 3rd September, 2004. ThepurposeoftheCONCURconferencesistobringtogetherresearchers,- velopersandstudentsinordertoadvancethetheoryofconcurrencyandpromote its applications. Interest in this topic is continually growing, as a consequence of theimportanceandubiquityofconcurrentsystemsandtheirapplications,andof the scienti?c relevance of their foundations. The scope covers all areas of sem- tics, logics, and veri?cation techniques for concurrent systems. Topics include concurrency-related aspects of: models of computation, semantic domains, p- cess algebras, Petri nets, event structures, real-time systems, hybrid systems, - cidability, model-checking, veri?cation techniques, re?nement techniques, term and graph rewriting, distributed programming, logic constraint programming, object-oriented programming, typing systems and algorithms, case studies, tools and environments for programming and veri?cation. This volume starts with four invited papers from Sriram Rajamani, Steve Brookes, Bengt Jonsson and Peter O’Hearn. The remaining 29 papers were - lected by the program committee from 134 submissions, a record number of submissions to CONCUR. The standard was extremely high and the selection di?cult. Each submission received at least three reports, reviewed by the p- gram committee members or their subreferees. Once the initial reviews were available, we had 16 days for paper selection and con?ict resolution. We would like to thank all members of the CONCUR 2004 Program Committee for their excellent work throughout the intensive selection process, together with many subreferees who assisted us in the evaluation of the submitted papers.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Algorithms - algorithm - concurrency - distributed programming - logic - logic programming - model checking - petri net - programming - real-time - verification

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Software Engineering - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Invited Papers.- Zing: Exploiting Program Structure for Model Checking Concurrent Software.- A Semantics for Concurrent Separation Logic.- A Survey of Regular Model Checking.- Resources, Concurrency and Local Reasoning.- Accepted Papers.- Resource Control for Synchronous Cooperative Threads.- Verifying Finite-State Graph Grammars: An Unfolding-Based Approach.- The Pros and Cons of Netcharts.- Basic Theory of Reduction Congruence forTwo Timed Asynchronous ?-Calculi.- Characterizing EF and EX Tree Logics.- Message-Passing Automata Are Expressively Equivalent to EMSO Logic.- Symbolic Bisimulation in the Spi Calculus.- A Symbolic Decision Procedure for Cryptographic Protocols with Time Stamps.- Deciding Probabilistic Bisimilarity Over Infinite-State Probabilistic Systems.- ?ABC: A Minimal Aspect Calculus.- Type Based Discretionary Access Control.- Elimination of Quantifiers and Undecidability in Spatial Logics for Concurrency.- Modular Construction of Modal Logics.- Verification by Network Decomposition.- Reversible Communicating Systems.- Parameterised Boolean Equation Systems.- An Extensional Spatial Logic for Mobile Processes.- Timed vs. Time-Triggered Automata.- Extended Process Rewrite Systems: Expressiveness and Reachability.- A General Approach to Comparing Infinite-State Systems with Their Finite-State Specifications.- Model Checking Timed Automata with One or Two Clocks.- On Flatness for 2-Dimensional Vector Addition Systems with States.- Compiling Pattern Matching in Join-Patterns.- Model Checking Restricted Sets of Timed Paths.- Asynchronous Games 2: The True Concurrency of Innocence.- Open Maps, Alternating Simulations and Control Synthesis.- Probabilistic Event Structures and Domains.- Session Types for Functional Multithreading.- A Higher Order Modal Fixed Point Logic.

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