Superposition refinement of reactive systems

@article{Back1996SuperpositionRO,
  title={Superposition refinement of reactive systems},
  author={Ralph-Johan Back and Kaisa Sere},
  journal={Formal Aspects of Computing},
  year={1996},
  volume={8},
  pages={324-346}
}
Superposition refinement enhances an algorithm by superposing one computation mechanism onto another mechanism, in a way that preserves the behavior of the original mechanism. Superposition seems to be particularly well suited to the development of parallel and distributed programs: an originally simple sequential algorithm can be extended with mechanisms that distribute control and state information to many processes, thus permitting efficient parallel execution of the algorithm. We will show… CONTINUE READING
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