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1994
ACM
11 years 9 months ago
Using Belief to Reason about Cache Coherence
The notion of belief has been useful in reasoning about authentication protocols. In this paper, we show how the notion of belief can be applied to reasoning about cache coherence...
Lily B. Mummert, Jeannette M. Wing, Mahadev Satyan...
IJCAI
1989
11 years 6 months ago
Minimal Change and Maximal Coherence: A Basis for Belief Revision and Reasoning about Actions
The study of belief revision and reasoning about actions have been two of the most active areas of research in AI. Both these areas involve reasoning about change. However very li...
Anand S. Rao, Norman Y. Foo
HPCA
1999
IEEE
11 years 9 months ago
Using Lamport Clocks to Reason about Relaxed Memory Models
Cache coherence protocols of current shared-memory multiprocessors are difficult to verify. Our previous work proposed an extension of Lamport's logical clocks for showing th...
Anne Condon, Mark D. Hill, Manoj Plakal, Daniel J....
CHARME
2003
Springer
110views Hardware» more  CHARME 2003»
11 years 8 months ago
Exact and Efficient Verification of Parameterized Cache Coherence Protocols
Abstract. We propose new, tractably (in some cases provably) efficient algorithmic methods for exact (sound and complete) parameterized reasoning about cache coherence protocols. F...
E. Allen Emerson, Vineet Kahlon
ICMAS
2000
11 years 6 months ago
Reasoning About Others: Representing and Processing Infinite Belief Hierarchies
In this paper we focus on the problem of how infinite belief hierarchies can be represented and reasoned with in a computationally tractable way. When modeling nested beliefs one ...
Sviatoslav Brainov, Tuomas Sandholm
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