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On probabilistic stable event structures

@article{Ghahremani2020OnPS,
  title={On probabilistic stable event structures},
  author={Nargess Ghahremani and Julian Bradfield},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2012.10188}
}
Verification has been a core concern of theoretical computer science for several decades. As most real systems are in some sense distributed or concurrent, one has to decide how to model concurrency. Broadly, there are two schools: the interleaving approach imposes a global ‘clock’ on the system, and says that independent concurrent events occur in some order, but that order is arbitrary – encapsulated by the CCS interleaving law a|b = a.b+ b.a. ‘True concurrency’, on the other hand, represents… Expand

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