Global Computing. Programming Environments, Languages, by Hubert Baumeister, Nora Koch (auth.), Corrado Priami (eds.)

By Hubert Baumeister, Nora Koch (auth.), Corrado Priami (eds.)

The target of the IST/FET proactive initiative on international Computing is to - tain versions, frameworks, tools, algorithms to construct platforms which are ?exible, liable, safe, powerful and e?cient. The dominant matters are these of dealing with the co-ordination and interplay, protection, reliability, robustness, fa- uremodes,andcontrolofriskoftheentitiesinthesystemandtheoveralldesign, descriptionandperformanceofthesystemitself.Completelydi?erentparadigms of machine technological know-how could have to be constructed to take on those concerns e?ectively. The study may still be aware of platforms having the next features: – The platforms are composed of self sustaining computational entities the place - tivity isn't really centrally managed, both simply because worldwide regulate is very unlikely or impractical, or as the entities are managed by way of di?erent vendors. – The computational entities are cellular, because of the flow of the actual structures or circulation of the entity from one platform to a different. – The con?guration varies through the years. for example, the approach is open to the advent of latest computational entities and also their deletion. The habit of the entities could differ over the years. – The platforms function with incomplete information regarding the surroundings. for example, info turns into swiftly old-fashioned and mobility calls for information regarding the surroundings to be stumbled on. Theultimategoaloftheresearchactionistoprovideasolidscienti?cfoundation for the layout of such structures, and to put the foundation for reaching e?ective rules for construction and reading such systems.

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Om 0 1 0 1 0 1 in m . . on 0 1 ... Rule In 0 0 ϑ ϑ · 1 0 om 0 0 0 1 ⇒ 1 0 ... 1 0 1 on . . om 0 1 ... on 1 · 0 0 out m . . Rule Out 0 0 ⇒ ϑ · 0 1 ϑ 0 1 ... open n 0 1 . . on Rule Open Fig. 2. Graphical representation for the rules of the MA capabilities. Note that in the target process of the transition deduced, the substitution (ν I)T {||0 ϑ → V |(W |Z)} corresponds to applying the congruence rule P-Par Ass of Tab. e. (ν I)T ≡ (P −P arAss,||0 ϑ) (ν I)T {||0 ϑ → V |(W |Z)}. For the rule M πopen , shown in the lower part of Fig.

4]). In Fig. 8, object a terminates object b. After terminating b, all its sub-objects are terminated too. The termination is indicated by a continuous line stretching across all objects. a b : MO b2 b1 m <> n Fig. 8. Destroy. 3 Abstraction In this subsection we present the zoom facility allowing one to abstract from the internal details or, vice versa, to show them. Abstraction is one of the most important concepts to manage complexity. In the case of Sequence Diagrams for Mobility we can abstract from internal object details like the behavior of hosted objects, behavior of an object during move actions and so on, or display them, depending on the desired level of detail.

The execution of the basic actions of the MA, called capabilities, modify the nested structure of ambients. Q] | m[R] there are two ambients, n and m, and there is no nesting. After the execution of the Work partially supported by EU-project DEGAS (IST-2001-32072) and the Progetto MIUR Metodi Formali per la Sicurezza e il Tempo (MEFISTO). C. ): GC 2003, LNCS 2874, pp. 25–56, 2003. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2003 26 Linda Brodo, Pierpaolo Degano, and Corrado Priami in capability, the process P evolves into the process P = m[n[Q] | R], where the ambient n moved into the ambient m.

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