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Timed Operational Semantics and Well-Formedness of Shape Calculus

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Author(s): E. Bartocci | D.R. Cacciagrano | M.R. Di Berardini | E. Merelli | L. Tesei

Journal: Scientific Annals of Computer Science
ISSN 1843-8121

Volume: 20;
Start page: 33;
Date: 2010;
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ABSTRACT
The Shape Calculus is a bio-inspired calculus for describing 3D shapes moving in a space. A shape forms a 3D process when combined with a behaviour. Behaviours are specified with a timed CCS-like process algebra using a notion of channel that models naturally binding sites on the surface of shapes. In this paper, the full formal timed operational semantics of the calculus is provided, together with examples that illustrate the use of the calculus in a well-known biological scenario. Moreover, a result of well-formedness about the evolution of a given network of well-formed 3D processes is proved.
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