Nonclausal temporal deduction.- Unsolvable terms in typed lambda calculus with fix-point operators: Extended abstract.- Lambda calculus with constrained types.- An axiomatic treatment of a parallel programming language.- Recursive definitions in type theory.- Errata.- Automata, tableaux, and temporal logics.- Proving termination of Prolog programs.- A Hoare Calculus for functions defined by recursion on higher types.- On the relative incompleteness of logics for total correctness.- From synchronization tree logic to acceptance model logic.- A FASE specification of FP.- On asymptotic probabilities of inductive queries and their decision problem.- Compositional semantics for real-time distributed computing.- Partial-correctness theories as first-order theories.- The glory of the past.- Continuation semantics in typed lambda-calculi.- Second-order logical relations.- Behavior: a temporal appreach to process modeling.- Equational logic as a programming language: Abstract.- Distributed processes and the logic of knowledge.- Some constructions for order-theoretic models of concurrency.- Proving fairness of schedulers.- The reasoning powers of Burstall's (modal logic) and Pnueli's (temporal logic) program verification methods.- A partial correctness logic for procedures.- A proof system for Distributed Processes.- Fixpoints and program looping: Reductions from the Propositional mu-calculus into Propositional Dynamic Logics of Looping.- Semantical analysis of specification logic.- A simple programming language with data types: semantics and verification.- Computer aided reasoning.- The taming of converse: Reasoning about two-way computations.
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Number Of Pages: 428
Published: 1st June 1985
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.61