1.Introduction; 2.Process Calculus; 3.Bisimulation and Trace Limits of Agents; 4.Limit Behavior of Agents; 5.Near Bisimulations Defined by Closures; 6.Bisimulation Indexes Induced by Metrics; 7.Conclusion; References
The purpose of this book is to establish a theory of approximate correctness and infinite evolution of concurrent programs by employing some notions and tools from point-set topology. Professionals, researchers and graduate students in theoretical computer science and formal methods will find this presentation helpful in understanding new concepts for concurrent and real-time systems, especially methods for describing approximation of systems.
A monograph presenting new concepts and tools for the understanding and analysis of approximate correctness of programs in concurrent systems. Professionals, researchers and graduate students in theoretical computer science will find the discussion helpful for developing new concepts for concurrent and real-time systems.