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A proof system for weak ST-bisimulation over a finite process algebra.

Matthew Hennessy

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1991.

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The security picalculus and non-interference.

Matthew Hennessy

University of Sussex, Computer Science, 2000.

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A fully abstract denotational semantics for the #pi#-calculus.

Matthew Hennessy

University of Sussex, Computer Science, 1996.

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On the decidability of non-interleaving process equivalences.

Astrid Kiehn

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1994.

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Assigning types to processes.

Nobuko Yoshida

University of Sussex, Computer Science, 1999.

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Bisimulation congruences in safe ambients.

Massimo Merro

University of Sussex, Computer Science, 2001.

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Distributed processes and location failures.

James Riely

University of Sussex, Computer Science, 1997.

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Typed behavioural equivalences for processes in the presence of subtyping.

Matthew Hennessy

University of Sussex, Computer Science, 2001.

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Full abstractness for a functional/concurrent language with higher-order value-passing.

Takis Hartonas

University of Sussex, Computer Science, 1997.

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Resource access control in systems of mobile agents.

Matthew Hennessy

University of Sussex, Computer Science, 1998.

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