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Real-time rewriting semantics of orc

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Real-time rewriting semantics of orc
Orc is a language proposed by Jayadev Misra [19] for orchestration of distributed services. Orc is very simple and elegant, based on a few basic constructs, and allows succinct and understandable programming of sophisticated applications. However, because of its real-time nature and the different priorities given to internal and external events in an Orc program, giving a formal operational semantics that captures the real-time behavior of Orc programs is nontrivial and poses some interesting challenges. In this paper we propose such a real-time operational Orc semantics, that captures the informal operational semantics given in [19]. This operational semantics is given as a rewrite theory in which the elapse of time is explicitly modeled. The priorities between internal and external events are also modeled in two alternative ways: (i) by a rewrite strategy; and (ii) by adding extra conditions to the semantic rules. Since rewriting logic has efficient implementations such as Maude, w...
Musab AlTurki, José Meseguer
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where PPDP
Authors Musab AlTurki, José Meseguer
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