The Φ-calculus – a Hybrid Extension of the Π-calculus to Embedded Systems

@inproceedings{Song2002The,
  title={The Φ-calculus – a Hybrid Extension of the Π-calculus to Embedded Systems},
  author={Hosung Song},
  year={2002}
}
ions apply to concretions more or less exactly as in the π-calculus. Definition 6.3. The application G@C of a φ-abstraction and concretion is defined as follows: ((~ w)P )@ν~z〈 ~y 〉.Q =def ν~z( {~y/~ w}P ‖ Q ) where ~ y and ~ w have the same length, and where names in N must be substituted for names in N , and names in X for names in X . Applications can of course be carried out in the context of an environment E. Example 6.4. For any E (E, (axb).a.[x . = 2].b@〈 cyd 〉.[y . = 3]) = (E, c.[y… CONTINUE READING

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