A logical and computational theory of located resource
Collinson, M., Monahan, B. and Pym, D., 2009. A logical and computational theory of located resource. Journal of Logic and Computation, 19 (6), pp. 1207-1244.
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Experience of practical systems modelling suggests that the key conceptual components of a model of a system are processes. resources, locations and environment. In recent work, we have given a process-theoretic account of this view in which resources as well as processes are first-class citizens. This process calculus, SCRP, captures the structural aspects of the semantics of the Demos2k (D2K) modelling tool. D2K represents environment stochastically using a wide range of probability distributions and queue-like data structures. Associated with SCRP is I (bunched) modal logic. MBI, which combines the usual additive connectives of Hennessy-Milner logic with their multiplicative counterparts. In this article, we complete our conceptual framework by adding to SCRP and MBI an account of a notion of location that is simple, yet sufficiently expressive to capture naturally a wide range of forms of location, both spatial and logical. We also provide a description of an extension of the D2K tool to incorporate this notion of location.
|Creators||Collinson, M., Monahan, B. and Pym, D.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||process, systems modelling, resource, location, substructural logic|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Computer Science|
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