A Survey of Verification Techniques for Parallel Programs by Howard Barringer

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S {~^~'] , (P} s {~) , P ~ d) {~p'} s {¢~Q'} P' {P'} s {Q] P3. P r o g r o m Locution RuDes ~ {true} S { a f ~ e r ( ' S ' ) } b) ~ {~n('S')) S {Gruel c) {&n('S')^P} a) S {Q) {P} S {Q} d) 'S'II'T' . . . . . {~oc('~')) . . . . . . . s {~oc('T')} where ~oc('T') denotes a control location predicate, or its negation, of 'T' P4. Sequen$~uD a) Composition {P} S {Q} , {a} T {U} , (Q ^ u~('r')) ~ R ......................................... f {P) s; {a) r ] {u) b) PS. Wh~De a) ~ 'fS;TJ'W's'e'T" u~('[S;T]')Wu~('S') af~er('[S;T]')Waf~er('T') uf%er('S')~af~er('[S;T]') RuDe {P} b {Q} , {R} S {P} , (Q ^ a%('S') ^ va~ue('b')=$rue) ............................................................

3, July 1980, pp. 359-385. R. Formal justification of a proof system for cormnunicating sequential processes, JACM, Vol. 30, No. i, Jan 1983, pp, 197-216 [FrSO] Francez, N. Distributed termination. ACM TOPLAS, Vol. 2, NO. i, Jan 1980, pp. 42-55 3. I. 2 OVERVEEW The CSP proof method Owicki/Gries (see of section acting in isolation. Apt et al. %) method. Parallel processes are viewed initially as Proof outlines for sequential program, are made, and then, each process, considered as a single if it is possible to prove that the possible interactions ( due to parallel execution one is ) do not invalidate the sequential proofs, can conclude that the post-assertion of the parallel execution of the processes is the conjunction of the pest-assertions of each individual process.

___dd { NPo = j } end { . . . . SORT} . . . . } NPo=N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the number of ) version in 49 COMP~ :: ~$~h M ( $ ) =hen ~ r d ~ ( $ ) { I(M) ^ ~ r d p ( ~ ) do ^ NP~ = 0 } beg~n NP$ := I end; {Np~ for j = I } ~= I un~ N - ~ do ~fne_Dn ( ~ r d ~ ( ~ ) ^ rdy(~+1)) do beaSn s~ := max(A(~),S~); rdy(~) := #rue; rdy(~+l) NP~ := f o L s e ; := NP~. dd { NP~. = N - ~ + I } ............................................... i expresses the fact that at any time the processes for which the are sorted form a B~ elements contiguous set starting from the first, and that the processes outside this set have received no elements.

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