A Semantic Theory for Value–Passing Processes Late Approach Part I: A Denotational Model and Its Complete Axiomatization
AbstractA general class of languages and denotational models for value-passing
calculi based on the late semantic approach is defined. A concrete instantiation
of the general syntax is given. This is a modification of the
standard CCS according to the late approach. A denotational model for
the concrete language is given, an instantiation of the general class. An
equationally based proof system is defined and shown to be sound and
complete with respect to the model.
How to Cite
Ingólfsdóttir, A. (1995). A Semantic Theory for Value–Passing Processes Late Approach Part I: A Denotational Model and Its Complete Axiomatization. BRICS Report Series, 2(3). https://doi.org/10.7146/brics.v2i3.19505
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