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By Nadia Busi, Roberto Gorrieri, Gianluigi Zavattaro (auth.), Scott F. Smith, Carolyn L. Talcott (eds.)

Formal equipment for Open Object-Based allotted structures IV offers the forefront within the fields of object-oriented programming, open allotted platforms, and formal equipment for object-oriented platforms. With elevated help inside relating to those parts, this booklet captures the main updated details at the topic.
Papers during this quantity concentrate on the next particular applied sciences:

  • elements;
  • cellular code;
  • Java®;
  • The Unified Modeling Language (UML);
  • refinement of requirements;
  • kinds and subtyping;
  • temporal and probabilistic platforms.

This quantity includes the court cases of the Fourth overseas Workshop on Formal equipment for Open Object-Based disbursed platforms (FMOODS 2000), which was once backed by way of the foreign Federation for info Processing (IFIP) and held in Stanford, California, united states, in September 2000.

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2 to allow the deletion/insertion of is_in attributes of components by the places they are in. When designing a mobile code system, a user specifies components. This specification is based on his/her expectations about the behavior of the places involved (because places are responsible for handling communication and move requests). Thus, it is imperative that he has an abstract and precise description of this behavior. In the following we will provide such a description, and then show how (mobile) components may be specified using graph grammars and illustrate this by an example.

Context e[·] and process P are said to be compatible if e[·] takes the form e[·] = wo(U, V)[lInEU ID"x[N x ] 11 . IlaijEUl A ail [ ... A aiPi 0 .. ·ll, with

The paper is organized as follows : • Section 2 motivates the introduetion of the notion of domain as a central feature of a model for distributed and mobile computation. • Section 3 introduces our model. • Section 4 presents faithful simulations of two distributed process calculi in our model. • Section 5 identifies perspeetives for further work. 2. DOMAINS In this section we introduee the notion of domain, and we derive a number of requirements for a model of distributed computation centered around this not ion.

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