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A Unifying Framework for Deciding Synchronizability

Abstract

Several notions of synchronizability of a message-passing system have been introduced in the literature. Roughly, a system is called synchronizable if every execution can be rescheduled so that it meets certain criteria, e.g., a channel bound. We provide a framework, based on MSO logic and (special) tree-width, that unifies existing definitions, explains their good properties, and allows one to easily derive other, more general definitions and decidability results for synchronizability.
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hal-03278370 , version 1 (24-08-2021)

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Benedikt Bollig, Cinzia Di Giusto, Alain Finkel, Laetitia Laversa, Etienne Lozes, et al.. A Unifying Framework for Deciding Synchronizability. CONCUR 2021 - 32nd International Conference on Concurrency Theory, Aug 2021, Paris, France. pp.1-33. ⟨hal-03278370⟩
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