## Regular Trace Event Structures (1996)

Citations: | 6 - 0 self |

### BibTeX

@MISC{Thiagarajan96regulartrace,

author = {P. S. Thiagarajan and P. S. Thiagarajan},

title = {Regular Trace Event Structures},

year = {1996}

}

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### Abstract

We propose trace event structures as a starting point for constructing effective branching time temporal logics in a non-interleaved setting.

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Citation Context ... result concerning labelled trace event structures turns out to be -- in an event-based language -- a conservative extension of the standard result concerning regular labelled trees (see for instance =-=[Tho]-=-). In section 6 we show that regular trace event structures and their labelled versions can be identified with unfoldings of finite 1-safe Petri nets. In the concluding section we discuss future work.... |

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Citation Context ... adopt the standpoint that trace structures represent distributed behaviours in a branching time framework just as traces represent distributed behaviours in a linear time framework (see for instance =-=[Thi]-=-). Let B ` TR(DR; I) be a trace structure. Then B is supposed to stand for the poset (B; v). The crucial new feature -- in contrast to the classical setting -- is that some elements of B might have a ... |

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Citation Context ...oe 2 L 0 iff # p (oe) ` L for every p. Thus oe 2 L 0 iff oe 2 L(A pr ) as required. 2 Theorem 2.5 now follows at once from lemmas 2.6, 2.10 and prop. 2.2. Lemma 2.10 admits a direct proof as shown in =-=[DM]-=-. However, for the net theoretic characterization of regularity that we obtain later, it is necessary to have our construction underlying the proof of lemma 2.10. 3 Trace Event Structures We now wish ... |

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Citation Context ...e structures. We do so because they are known in the literature [NW, PK] and the means for going back and forth between trace structures and trace event structures is also well-understood. Indeed, in =-=[PK]-=- a number of branching time temporal logics over trace structures are considered. However these logics turn out to be undecidable. In 2 our view, the key to obtaining useful and yet decidable branchin... |

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Citation Context ...mensional grid. Thus we must find a suitable restriction on trace event structures in order to arrive at branching time legics that are decidable and hopefully interesting. Recently, Huhn and Niebert =-=[HN]-=- have proposed what may be called confusion-free trace event structures as a suitable class of objects. They also formulate a related class of automata and show that the emptiness problem for these au... |

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Citation Context ... DR and (a; b) 2 I then [oeab] 2 B. 2 4 Trace structures have a well-understood relationship with prime event structures ([RT, NW]). This relationship, which finds a clean and general presentation in =-=[NW]-=-, will play a central role in the present work. Trace structures have been called trace systems in a logical setting [PK]. We shall adopt the standpoint that trace structures represent distributed beh... |

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Citation Context ...stance [LPRT, PK]). These results suggest that trace structures accompanied by unrestricted labelling functions will not be a tractable collection of objects. Indeed an observation due to Walukiewicz =-=[Wal]-=- suggests that even trace structures accompanied by unrestricted labelling functions will not constitute a tractable collection of objects. (We will say a little more about this in the concluding sect... |

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