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By Parosh Aziz Abdulla, Bengt Jonsson (auth.), Kim G. Larsen, Mogens Nielsen (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the twelfth foreign convention on Concurrency idea, CONCUR 2001, held in Aalborg, Denmark in August 2001.
The 32 revised complete papers awarded including six invited contributions have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from seventy eight submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on mobility, probabilistic structures, version checking, approach algebra, unfoldings and prefixes, common sense and compositionality, and games.

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This pattern language is extensible and allows for libraries of domain-specific patterns to be created. There are five basic patterns: – universal properties require the argument to be true throughout the execution – absence properties require that the argument is never true in the execution – existence properties require that the argument is true at some point in the execution – response properties require that the occurrence of a designated state/event is followed by another designated state/event in the execution – precedence properties require that a designated state/event always occurs before the first occurrence of another designated state/event In addition several chain patterns allow for the construction of sequences of dependent response and precedence relationships to be specified.

Although the specification file of Figure 4 can be created directly via a text editor, the BUI’s Property Manager provides a nice system of pull-down menus that collect the predicates declared in the code to aid the user in constructing specifications. See [5] for a detailed presentation of the syntax and semantics of BSL, as well as several more examples. When analyzing a unit of code U like the bounded buffer class, one begins by creating an appropriate model of U ’s environment to close the system.

Even greater challenges arise when modeling the dynamism found in typical object-oriented software: components corresponding to dynamically created objects/threads are dynamically added to the state-space during execution. These components are anonymous in the sense that they are often not bound directly to variables appearing in the source program. The lack of fixed source-level component names makes it difficult to write specifications describing dynamic component properties: such properties have to be expressed in terms of the model’s representation of the heap.

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