2 edition of Automated Analysis of Mutual Exclusion Algorithms using CCS. found in the catalog.
Automated Analysis of Mutual Exclusion Algorithms using CCS.
D. J. Walker
by University of Edinburgh, Laboratory forFoundations of Computer Science in Edinburgh
Written in English
|Series||LFCS report series -- ECS-LFCS-89-91|
|Contributions||University of Edinburgh. Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume ) Abstract To demonstrate the usefulness of these results, we complement work by Walker  and study the liveness property of Dekker’s mutual exclusion algorithm within our process algebraic by: 6.
Mutual exclusion algorithms are popular benchmark examples for model checkers, see for instance , and the analysis results of this article are not new, except for the time bound for Peterson's. We study the parallel complexity of three problems on concurrency: algorithms for automated analysis of finite state systems based on bisimulation seem to be inherently sequential in the following Walker, D.J.: Automated Analysis of Mutual Exclusion Algorithms using CCS.
Formal Aspects of Computing, 1, - (). CrossRef Google Cited by: PDF | In contrast to common belief, the Calculus of Communicating Systems (CCS) and similar process algebras lack the expressive power to accurately | Find, read and cite all the research you.
Book reviews. Brian Monahan; Marchpp – https Automated analysis of mutual exclusion algorithms using CCS. Walker are studied by representing them as agents in the Calculus of Communicating Systems and using an automated tool embodying some of the theory of the Calculus to analyse the representations.
It is. Reactive Systems: Modelling, Speciﬁcation and Veriﬁcation Luca Aceto1 2 Anna Ingolfsdottir1 2 Kim G. Larsen1 Jiˇr´ı Srba1 7 Modelling and analysis of mutual exclusion algorithms This book is based on courses that have been held at Aalborg University and Reyk-File Size: KB. Reactive Systems: Modelling, Speciﬁcation and Veriﬁcation DRAFT OF Septem Luca Aceto1 2 Anna Ingo´lfsdo´ttir1 2 Kim G.
Larsen1 Jiri Srba1 Septem 1BRICS, Department of Computer Science, Aalborg University, AalborgØ, Den- mark. 2Department of Computer Science, School of Science and Engineering, Reykjav´ık University, Iceland.
Such an algorithm cannot really be said to solve the mutual exclusion problem. Before the bakery algorithm, people believed that the mutual exclusion problem was unsolvable--that you could implement mutual exclusion only by using lower-level mutual exclusion.
Brinch Hansen said exactly this in a paper. Many people apparently still believe it. Correctness issues in two process mutual exclusion algorithms are investigated. A new theorem is proposed and proved that describes the key concept involved in such algorithms. For the purpose of proving the techniques developed in  are used.
Result of this theorem is applied to two different algorithms of which one could be proved by: 5. In his book Concurrent Programming: Algorithms, Principles, and Foundations Michel Raynal writes, "Since the early work of E.W. Dijkstra (), who introduced the mutual exclusion problem, the concept of a process, the semaphore object, the notion of a weakest precondition, and guarded commands (among many other contributions), synchronization Alma mater: Leiden University, (B.S., M.S.), University.
7 Modelling mutual exclusion algorithms Introduction Specifying mutual exclusion in HML Specifying mutual exclusion using CCS itself Testing mutual exclusion II A Theory of Real-time Systems 8 Introduction Real-time reactive systems 9 CCS with time delays Intuition Milner's CCS and its operational semantics are introduced, together with notions of behavioral equivalence based on bisimulation techniques and with variants of Hennessy-Milner modal logics.
Later in the book, the presented theories are extended to take timing issues into account. The book has arisen from various courses taught in Iceland and. Necessary conditions. A deadlock situation on a resource can arise if and only if all of the following conditions hold simultaneously in a system: Mutual exclusion: At least one resource must be held in a non-shareable mode.
Otherwise, the processes would not be prevented from using. A √N algorithm for mutual exclusion in decentralized systems, TOCS [acmdl,pdf] The Reliability of Voting Mechanisms, TC [acmdl,pdf] An Efficient and Fault-tolerant Solution for Distributed Mutual Exclusion, TOCS [acmdl,pdf] Hierarchical Quorum Consensus: A New Algorithm for Managing Replicated Data, TC [acmdl,pdf].
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Peterson’s algorithm given in Fig. 7 is one of the newer and simpler mutual-exclusion algorithms. Basically, it is again a variant of Dekker’s algorithm. In Peterson’s algorithm, the process that wants to enter its critical section sets its variable b to true and then it also sets variable k to point to another process.
Thus, each process which wants to enter its critical section first Cited by: Using automated tools we prove the specification equivalent with a more abstract description of the system.
Select Dynamic Configuration in LOTOS. Book chapter Full text access. property checking, mutual exclusion and garbage collection. LOTOS has attracted a lot of attention as a suitable language for formal description techniques, and.
is a tool for analysis of finite-state systems in CCS. The point of the translational semantics is that by imposing restrictions on Lunsen so that the semantics of a program is finite-state, we can analyze Lunsen programs automatically using the Concurrency Workbench. As an illustration we include an analysis of a mutual exclusion algorithm.
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Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volumepages. Mutual Exclusion Algorithms Relying on hardware features for synchronization is a common approach taken by most software systems.
However, since the beginning of work on this problem, computer scientists, including such famous algorithmists as Dijkstra and Lamport, proposed mutual exclusion algorithms that allowed guarding the critical sections.Probabilistic analysis of algorithms - review of mathematical methods - generating function and combinatorial enumeration, asymptotic methods, Trees and tree manipulation algorithms, Digital searching and sorting algorithms, comparison based searching and sorting, dynamic hashing techniques, bucket algorithms, heuristics for bin packing.V.
Dyseryn, R.J. van Glabbeek, P. Höfner: Analysing Mutual Exclusion using Process Algebra with Signals. In K. Peters, T. Tini(eds.), Expressiveness in Concurrency and Structural Operational Semantics (EXPRESS/SOS ).
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