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A Process Algebra Construct Method for Reduction of States in Reachability Graph: Conjunctive and Complement Choices
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  • Journal title : Journal of KIISE
  • Volume 43, Issue 5,  2016, pp.541-552
  • Publisher : Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers
  • DOI : 10.5626/JOK.2016.43.5.541
 Title & Authors
A Process Algebra Construct Method for Reduction of States in Reachability Graph: Conjunctive and Complement Choices
Choe, Yeongbok; Lee, Moonkun;
 
 Abstract
This paper introduces the new notions of conjunctive and complement choices in process algebra, which reduce both process and system complexities significantly for distributed mobile real-time system during specification and analysis phases. The complement choice implies that two processes make cohesive choices for their synchronous partners at their own choice operations. The conjunctive choice implies choice dependency among consecutive choice operations in a process. The conjunctive choice reduces process complexity exponentially by the degree of the consecutive choice operations. The complement choice also reduces system complexity exponentially by the degree of the synchronous choice operations. Consequently, the reduction method makes the specification and analysis of the systems much easier since the complexity is reduced significantly. This notion is implemented in a process algebra, called -Calculus. The efficiency and effectiveness are demonstrated with an example in a tool for the algebra, called SAVE, which is developed on ADOxx platform.
 Keywords
-Calculus;process algebra;conjunctive choice;complement choice;SAVE;ADOxx;
 Language
Korean
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