Modal Proofs as Distributed Programs (Extended Abstract)

  title={Modal Proofs as Distributed Programs (Extended Abstract)},
  author={Limin Jia and David Walker},
We develop a new foundation for distributed programming languages by defining an intuitionistic, modal logic and then interpreting the modal proofs as distributed programs. More specifically, the proof terms for the various modalities have computational interpretations as remote procedure calls, commands to broadcast computations to all nodes in the network, commands to use portable code, and finally, commands to invoke computational agents that can find their own way to safe places in the… CONTINUE READING
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