Quality of Communication-Based Systems : Proceedings of an International Workshop Held at the TU, Berlin, Germany, September 1994
This work presents the research results of students of the Graduiertenkolleg "Communication-Based Systems" to an international community. To stimulate the scientific discussion, experts have been invited to give their views on the following research areas: formal specification and mathematical foundations of distributed systems using process algebra, graph transformations, process calculi and temporal logics; performance evaluation, dependability modelling and analysis of real-time systems with different kinds of timed Petri-nets; specification and analysis of communication protocols; reliability, security and dependability in distributed systems; object orientation in distributed systems architecture; software development and concepts for distributed applications; computer network architecture and management; and language concepts for distributed systems.
- Hardback | 208 pages
- 171.45 x 230 x 19.05mm | 532.97g
- 01 Feb 1995
- Kluwer Academic Publishers
- Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
- 21 SW-Abb.
Table of contents
Contributions to Quality from Specification Techniques. Abstract Datatype Semantics for Algebraic High-Level Nets Using Dynamic Abstract Datatypes, J. Padberg. Making Statics Dynamic - Towards an Axiomatization for Dynamic ADTs, A. Pierantonio. Specification of Concurrent Systems - from Petri Nets to Graph Grammars, A. Corradini, U. Montanari. Towards a Theory of Strong Bisimulation for the Service Rendezvous, M. Baldamus. Contributions to Quality from Quantitative Modelling. Transient Analysis of Real-Time Systems Using Deterministic and Stochastic Petri Nets, V. Mainkar and K.S. Trivedi. Performance Modelling with Structured Actions, I. Schieferdecker. Transient Analysis of Deterministic and Stochastic Petri Nets by the Method of Supplementary Variables, R. German. Discrete Time Deterministic and Stochastic Petri Nets, R. Zijal. Contributions to Quality from Distributed Systems Organization. Bauhaus Linda: an Overview, N. Carriero, D. Gelernter, L. Zuck. Naming and Typing in Languages for Co-ordination in Open Distributed Systems, R. Tolksdorf. An Efficient Implementation of Decoupled Communication in Distributed Environments, A. Polze. Extending the Role of Object References in Distributed Systems, P. Dickman. On Protocols for Loss-Less Statistical Multiplexing in Integrated Networks, M. Mateescu.