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FORTE 2001, previously FORTE/PSTV convention, is a mixed convention of distinctiveness (Formal Description ideas for disbursed structures and verbal exchange Protocols) and PSTV (Protocol Specification, trying out and Verification) meetings. This 12 months the convention has a brand new identify distinctiveness (Formal concepts for Networked and allotted Systems). the former distinctiveness started in 1989 and the PSTV convention in 1981. for that reason the recent strong point convention really has an extended historical past of 21 years. the aim of this convention is to introduce theories and formal options appropriate to varied engineering phases of networked and disbursed structures and to percentage purposes and studies of them. This strong point 2001 convention complaints includes 24 refereed papers and four invited papers at the topics. We remorse that many stable papers submitted couldn't be released during this quantity end result of the loss of area. distinctiveness 2001 was once equipped lower than the auspices of IFIP WG 6.1 by way of details and Communications collage of Korea. It used to be financially supported through Ministry of knowledge and communique of Korea. we wish to thank each writer who submitted a paper to specialty 2001 and thank the reviewers who generously spent their time on reviewing. distinct thank you are as a result of reviewers who kindly performed extra reports for rigorous evaluation method inside a truly little while body. we wish to thank Prof. man Leduc, the chairman of IFIP WG 6.1, who made invaluable feedback and shared his studies for convention organization.
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An example will be given in Section 4. 46 Figure 3. 4. Application Example S = (F1, F 2 ) APPLICATION EXAMPLE A 2-process system example is given in this section to illustrate the proposed SERTS synthesis algorithm. It consists of two TFCPN ( F1 and F2 ) as shown in Fig. 3 and a Timed Reachability Specification (TRS) formula as below: (2) According to our proposed algorithm (Table 1), we apply quasi-static data scheduling and controller synthesis to the given system. QSDS for F 1: Since t 12 and t 13 are conflicting transitions, two CF components ( R11 and R12 in Fig.
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