Verification of distributed programs using representative interleaving sequences

@article{Katz1992VerificationOD,
  title={Verification of distributed programs using representative interleaving sequences},
  author={Shmuel Katz and Doron A. Peled},
  journal={Distributed Computing},
  year={1992},
  volume={6},
  pages={107-120}
}
We present a formal proof method for distributed programs. The semantics used to justify the proof method explicitly identifies equivalence classes of execution sequences which are equivalent up to permuting commutative operations. Each equivalence class is called an interleaving set or a run. The proof rules allow concluding the correctness of certain classes of properties for all execution sequences, even though such properties are demonstrated directly only for a subset of the sequences. The… CONTINUE READING
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