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This Festschrift quantity, released in honor of Willem-Paul de Roever, includes 19 distinctive papers written via the chums and associates of the honoree, all eminent scientists of their personal correct. those are preceded via an in depth bibliography and rounded off, on the finish of the publication, with a gallery of photographs.

The subject matter below which the papers were accrued is Concurrency, Compositionality, and Correctness, reflecting the point of interest of Willem-Paul de Roever's learn profession. subject matters addressed contain version checking, desktop technological know-how and nation machines, ontology and mereology of domain names, video game concept, compiler correctness, reasonable scheduling and encryption algorithms.

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We shall not really argue with that assumption. In [33, Lamport] events are of interest only in connection with the concept of processes (for which we shall use the term ‘behaviours’). We shall certainly follow that assumption. We wish to reserve the term ‘event’ for such actions which (i) are either somehow shared between two or more behaviours, (ii) or “occur” in just one behaviour. We assume an “external”, further undefined behaviour. For both of these two cases, we need a way of “labelling” events.

N This means that any one event which is assumed to be the same and thus to occur more-or-less simultaneously in several behaviours is “identically” recorded (modulo predicates and time stamps) in those behaviours. We can accept this definition since it is the domain describer who decides which events to model and since it is anyway only a postulate: we are “observing the domain”! 5 6 The predicates can all “temporarily”, for purposes of “identicality”, be set to true. The time stamps can all “temporarily”, for purposes of “identicality”, be set to the smallest time interval within which all time stamps of the event are included.

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