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Formal Techniques For Distributed Systems: Joint 11th Ifip Wg 6.1 International Conference Fmoods 2009 And 29th Ifip Wg 6.1 International Conference Forte ... / Programming And Software Engineering) David Lee

Formal Techniques For Distributed Systems: Joint 11th Ifip Wg 6.1 International Conference Fmoods 2009 And 29th Ifip Wg 6.1 International Conference Forte ... / Programming And Software Engineering)

David Lee

Published May 25th 2009
ISBN : 9783642021374
Paperback
249 pages
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This years edition of the international federated conferences on Distributed Computing Techniques took place in Lisbon during June 9-11. It was hosted by the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon and formally organized by the Institute ofMoreThis years edition of the international federated conferences on Distributed Computing Techniques took place in Lisbon during June 9-11. It was hosted by the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon and formally organized by the Institute of Telecommunications, the research center I am associated with. The DisCoTecconferences jointly coverthe completespectrum ofdistributed computing subjects ranging from theoretical foundations to formal speci?cation techniques to practical considerations. The event this year comprised the 11th InternationalConferenceonCoordinationModelsandLanguages(COORDINA- TION), the 9th IFIP International Conference on Distributed Applications and InteroperableSystems(DAIS), andtheIFIPInternationalConferenceonFormal TechniquesforDistributedSystems(FMOODS/FORTE).COORDINATION- cused on languages, models, and architectures for concurrent and distributed software- DAIS on methods, techniques, and system infrastructures needed to design, build, operate, evaluate, and manage modern distributed applications in any kind of application environment and scenario- and FMOODS (the 11th F- mal Methods for Open Object-Based Distributed Systems) jointed forces with FORTE (the 29th Formal Techniques for Networked and Distributed Systems) creating a forum for fundamental research on theory and applications of d- tributed systems.