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By Jon Kleinberg (auth.), Fedor V. Fomin, Rūsiņš Freivalds, Marta Kwiatkowska, David Peleg (eds.)

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This two-volume set of LNCS 7965 and LNCS 7966 constitutes the refereed court cases of the fortieth foreign Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming, ICALP 2013, held in Riga, Latvia, in July 2013. the full of 124 revised complete papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 422 submissions. they're equipped in 3 tracks focussing on algorithms, complexity and video games; common sense, semantics, automata and idea of programming; and foundations of networked computation.

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If ψ = f (ψ1 , . . , ψk ), then g(ψ) = f (g(ψ1 ), . . , g(ψk )). The state space Q of Aϕ,P is the set of all consistent functions in Cϕ . Then, Q0 = {g ∈ Q : g(ϕ) ∈ P } contains all states in which the value assigned to ϕ is in P . We now define the transition function δ. For functions g, g and a letter σ ∈ Σ, we have that g ∈ δ(g, σ) iff the following hold. – σ = {p ∈ AP : g(p) = 1}. – For all Xψ1 ∈ cl(ϕ) we have g(Xψ1 ) = g (ψ1 ). ∈ cl(ϕ) we – For all ψ1 Uψ2 max {g(ψ2 ), min {g(ψ1 ), g (ψ1 Uψ2 )}}.

Consider for example the specification G(req → Fgrant ). There should be a difference between a computation that satisfies it with grants generated soon after requests, one that satisfies it with long waits, one that satisfies it with several grants given to a single request, one that satisfies it vacuously (with no requests), and so on. Moreover, we may want to associate different levels of importance to different components of a specification, to express their mutual influence on the quality, and to formalize the fact that we have different levels of confidence about some of them.

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