Bisimulation and open maps

@inproceedings{Joyal1993BisimulationAO,
  title={Bisimulation and open maps},
  author={Andr{\'e} Joyal and Mogens Nielsen and Glynn Winskel},
  booktitle={LICS},
  year={1993}
}
An abstract deenition of bisimulation is presented. It enables a uniform deenition of bisimulation across a range of diierent models for parallel computation presented as categories. As examples, transition systems, synchronisation trees, transition systems with independence (an abstraction from Petri nets) and labelled event structures are considered. On transition systems the abstract deenition readily specialises to Milner's strong bisimulation. On event structures it explains and leads to a… CONTINUE READING

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