Formal Aspects of Component Software: 11th International by Ivan Lanese, Eric Madelaine

By Ivan Lanese, Eric Madelaine

This publication constitutes revised chosen papers from the foreign Symposium on Formal elements of part software program, FACS 2014, held in Bertinoro, Italy, in September 2014.

The 20 complete papers awarded during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty four submissions. they're geared up in topical sections named: compositional techniques; variation and evolution; program and adventure; instruments; scheduling, time and hybrid structures; different verification techniques and security and liveness of composition. the quantity additionally comprises invited talks, one complete paper and one abstract.

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1 and described below. 26 R. De Nicola I K Knowledge Interface Policies P Processes Fig. 1. SCEL component – Behaviors describe how computations progress; they are modeled as processes executing actions, in the style of process calculi. – Knowledge repositories provide the high-level primitives to manage pieces of information coming from different sources. Each knowledge repository is equipped with operations for adding, retrieving, and withdrawing knowledge items. – Aggregations describe how different elements are brought together to form components and to construct the software architecture of components ensembles.

For instance, edges of a location graph can be typed, perhaps with as simple a scheme as different colors to reflect different containment and visibility semantics, which can be exploited in the definition of evaluation functions to constrain effects and synchronization. In addition, location, role and channel names can be typed with capabilities constraining the transfer of rights from one location to another. For instance, transferring a location name l can come with the right to swap the behavior at l, but not with the right to kill l, or with the right to bind roles of l to locations, but not with the ability to swap the behavior at l.

True, <, >, ≤, =, ∈, ∪, ∩, ∅, . . These make up a set PK (for predicate symbols) and a set FK (for function symbols). We assume that PK ⊂ PK . Note that the ontology itself does not define any function symbols. From PK and FK , we construct first-order logic formulae in the usual way. , given an ontology K we assume a typing function type : Var → TK . We assume typed terms based on function symbols FK and typed variables to be defined in the usual way. Note that the set of terms over different ontologies might only use different variables, but always use the same (standard) function symbols; also constants like true or 1 are nullary function symbols.

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