Information Structures , Causality , and Nonsequential Stochastic Control I : Design-independent Properties

@inproceedings{Teneketzis1990InformationS,
  title={Information Structures , Causality , and Nonsequential Stochastic Control I : Design-independent Properties},
  author={Demosthenis Teneketzis},
  year={1990}
}
In control theory, the usual notion of causality-that, at all times, a system's output (action) only depends on its past and present inputs (observations)mpresupposes that all inputs and outputs can be ordered, a priori, in time. In practice, many distributed systems (those subject to deadlock, for instance) are not sequential in this sense. This paper explores the relationship between deadlock freeness, aless restrictive notion of causal-ity, and the properties of a potentially nonsequential… CONTINUE READING
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