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27 26. F. -P. de Roever, and R. Gerth. The μ-calculus as an assertion language for fairness arguments. Inf. , 82:278–322, 1989. 29 27. M. Y. Vardi and P. Wolper. Reasoning about infinite computations. Inf. , 115(1):1–37, 1994. 41 Event-State Duality: The Enriched Case Vaughan R. html Abstract. Enriched categories have been applied in the past to both event-oriented true concurrency models and state-oriented information systems, with no evident relationship between the two. Ordinary Chu spaces expose a natural duality between partially ordered temporal spaces (pomsets, event structures), and partially ordered information systems.

Another look at ltl model checking. CAV’94, LNCS 818, pages 415–427. 3. M. Daniele, F. Giunchiglia, and M. Y. Vardi. Improved automata generation for linear time temporal logic. CAV’99, LNCS 1633, pages 255–265. 4. E. Emerson. Temporal and modal logics. In J. van Leeuwen, editor, Handbook of theoretical computer science, volume B, pages 995–1072. Elsevier, 1990. 29 5. E. Emerson and C. Lei. Modalities for model checking: Branching time strikes back. POPL’85, pages 84–96. 25 6. D. Gabbay. The declarative past and imperative future.

27 26. F. -P. de Roever, and R. Gerth. The μ-calculus as an assertion language for fairness arguments. Inf. , 82:278–322, 1989. 29 27. M. Y. Vardi and P. Wolper. Reasoning about infinite computations. Inf. , 115(1):1–37, 1994. 41 Event-State Duality: The Enriched Case Vaughan R. html Abstract. Enriched categories have been applied in the past to both event-oriented true concurrency models and state-oriented information systems, with no evident relationship between the two. Ordinary Chu spaces expose a natural duality between partially ordered temporal spaces (pomsets, event structures), and partially ordered information systems.

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