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Formal Techniques for Networked and Distributed Systems - FORTE 2007

27th IFIP WG 6.1 International Conference, Tallinn, Estonia, June 27-29, 2007, Proceedings

Derrick, John, Vain, Jüri (Eds.)

2007, XI, 378 p.

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 27th IFIP WG 6.1 International Conference on Formal Techniques for Networked and Distributed Systems, FORTE 2007, held in Tallinn, Estonia, in September 2007 co-located with TestCom/FATES 2007.

The 22 revised full papers presented together with one invited talk were carefully reviewed and selected from 67 submissions. The papers focus on service oriented computing and architectures using formalized and verified approaches. In addition to the classical protocol specification and verification problems, the issues of composition of protocol functions and of algorithms for distributed systems are addressed. The papers are organized in topical sections on message sequence charts and SDL, concurrency, model programs, theory, verification, model checking, requirements and QoS, as well as components.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Quality of Service - Quality of Service (QoS) - algorithm - algorithms - distributed systems - model checking - verification

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

Table of contents 

Invited Talk.- Contracts for BIP: Hierarchical Interaction Models for Compositional Verification.- Technical Session 1. Message Sequence Charts and SDL.- Thread–Based Analysis of Sequence Diagrams.- Recovering Repetitive Sub-functions from Observations.- Specification of Timed EFSM Fault Models in SDL.- Technical Session 2. Concurrency.- Coordination Via Types in an Event-Based Framework.- Exploring the Connection of Choreography and Orchestration with Exception Handling and Finalization/Compensation.- Towards Modal Logic Formalization of Role-Based Access Control with Object Classes.- Technical Session 3. Model Programs.- State Isomorphism in Model Programs with Abstract Data Structures.- Composition of Model Programs.- Technical Session 4. Theory.- New Bisimulation Semantics for Distributed Systems.- Event Correlation with Boxed Pomsets.- A Simple Positive Flows Computation Algorithm for a Large Subclass of Colored Nets.- Technical Session 5. Verification.- Improvements for the Symbolic Verification of Timed Automata.- The DHCP Failover Protocol: A Formal Perspective.- Verifying Erlang/OTP Components in ?CRL.- Technical Session 6. Model Checking.- Formal Analysis of Publish-Subscribe Systems by Probabilistic Timed Automata.- Testing Distributed Systems Through Symbolic Model Checking.- An Incremental and Modular Technique for Checking LTL?X Properties of Petri Nets.- Technical Session 7. Requirements and QoS.- Identifying Acceptable Common Proposals for Handling Inconsistent Software Requirements.- Formalization of Network Quality-of-Service Requirements.- Technical Session 8. Components.- Robustness in Interaction Systems.- Transactional Reduction of Component Compositions.- Specifying and Composing Interaction Protocols for Service-Oriented System Modelling.

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