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By Jan A. Bergstra, Inge Bethke (auth.), Jos C. M. Baeten, Jan Karel Lenstra, Joachim Parrow, Gerhard J. Woeginger (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the thirtieth overseas Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming, ICALP 2003, held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands in June/July 2003.

The eighty four revised complete papers provided including six invited papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 212 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on algorithms, strategy algebra, approximation algorithms, languages and programming, complexity, info constructions, graph algorithms, automata, optimization and video games, graphs and bisimulation, on-line difficulties, verification, the web, temporal common sense and version checking, graph difficulties, good judgment and lambda-calculus, information constructions and algorithms, forms and different types, probabilistic platforms, sampling and randomness, scheduling, and geometric problems.

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Un and suppose @; u; @ =bc @; u; #1. We shall show by induction on l that @; (u; @)l =bc @; (u; #1)l for all l > 0. The base case follows from the assumption. For l + 2 we have [[(u; @)l+2 ; Z]] = [[(u; @)l ; u; @; u; @; Z]] = [[(u; @)l ; u; @; u; #1; Z]] by the assumption = [[(u; @)l+1 ; u; #1; Z]] = [[(u; #1)l+1 ; u; #1; Z]] by the induction hypothesis = [[(u; #1)l+2 ; Z]] 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 2 and hence [[(u; @)l ]] = [[@; (u; @)l ]] = [[@; (u; #1)l ]] = [[(u; #1)l ]] for all l > 0. It follows that [[(u; @)ω ]] = [[(u; #1)ω ]].

Vm+1 )ω → #n + m + k + 2; X = #n + k + 1; X (PGA8) Structurally congruent programs are behaviorally congruent as well. This is proven by demonstrating the validity of each closed instance of the structural congruence equations modulo behavioral congruence. 5 The Entry Instruction As it turns out behavioral congruence on PGAΣ is not easy to axiomatize by means of equations or conditional equations. It remains an open problem how that can be done. Here the matter will be approached from another angle.

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