By Dawson Engler (auth.), Martín Abadi, Luca de Alfaro (eds.)
This quantity comprises the papers awarded at CONCUR 2005, the sixteenth - ternational convention on Concurrency idea. the aim of the CONCUR sequence of meetings is to compile researchers,developers, and scholars on the way to develop the speculation of concurrency and to advertise its purposes. This year’s convention used to be in San Francisco, California, from August 23 to August 26. We got a hundred submissions in keeping with a decision for papers. each one subm- sionwasassignedto at leastthreemembers ofthe ProgramCommittee; in lots of circumstances, stories have been solicited from outdoors specialists. The ProgramCommittee d- stubborn the submissions electronically, judging them on their perceived imp- tance, originality, readability, and appropriateness to the predicted viewers. this system Committee chosen 38 papers for presentation. as a result layout of the convention and the excessive variety of submissions, many solid papers couldn't be incorporated. even supposing submissions werereadand evaluated, the papers that seem during this quantity may possibly di?er in shape and contents from the corresponding submissions. it's anticipated that some of the papers may be additional revised and submitted to refereed archival journals for publication.
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If the formulas B0 , . . , Bn contain free variables, they are considered universally quantiﬁed outside the sequent, in the sense that if the above sequent is provable than every instance of it is also provable. In proof theoretical terms, such free variables are called eigenvariables. A ﬁrst attempt at using sequent calculus to capture judgments about the π-calculus could be to use eigenvariables to encode names in π-calculus, but this is certainly problematic. For example, if we have a proof for the sequent − P xy, where x and y are diﬀerent eigenvariables, then logic dictates that the sequent − P zz is also provable (given that the reading of eigenvariables is universal).
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