By Robin Milner
Thesaurus; half I. speaking structures: 1. advent; 2. Behaviour of automata; three. Sequential strategies and bisimulation; four. Concurrent strategies and response; five. Transitions and robust equivalence; 6. statement equivalence: conception; 7. statement equivalence: examples; half II. The pi-Calculus: eight. what's mobility? nine. The pi-calculus and response; 10. functions of the pi-calculus; eleven. kinds, gadgets and capabilities; 12. Commitments and robust bisimulation; thirteen. remark equivalence and examples; 14. dialogue and similar paintings; Bibliography; Index
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Communicating and mobile systems: the pi-calculus by Robin Milner