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By Nicolas Halbwachs, Pascal Raymond (auth.), P. S. Thiagarajan, Roland Yap (eds.)

ISBN-10: 354066856X

ISBN-13: 9783540668565

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the fifth Asian Computing technology convention, ASIAN'99, held in Phuket, Thailand, in December 1999.
The 28 revised complete papers offered including invited contributions and eleven brief shows have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 114 submissions. one of the subject matters addressed are programming idea, formal equipment, computerized reasoning, verification, embedded platforms, real-time platforms, disbursed structures, and cellular computing.

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Then B1 , . . , Bb has multiple output variables (B1 . . Bb ). , R1 : If . . Then B1 , . . , Rb : If . . , If X1 and X2 and . . and Xm Then Y . The disjunctive clauses A and B in the form: If A or B Then C is broken down into two disjunctive rules: R1 : If A Then C, and R2 If B Then C. Further details of this conversion can be found in [5]. step 3 Construct a CSG using the following procedure. Algorithm 1 Construct CSG Input: Rule base R = {ri }, a current starting state sc Output: an update the current state graph A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 begin l max = Find maxLabel(R) /* find the input var.

W .. .. w v .. v x x .. .. .. u u b .. Fig. 1. (a) Vertex v is moved from R0 to Vl ; (b) Vertex v is moved from R1 to Vl . Lemma 4. Let G(V, E) be a not necessarily connected graph of maximum degree 2. Then O(log n) parallel steps, using O(n) processors on a EREW PRAM model, are sufficient to find a 3-coloring of G, where the number of vertices having color 3 is as small as possible (possibly 0). Proof. Observe that G(V, E) is a collection of isolated vertices, paths and cycles. It is not difficult to recognize all the connected components and to decide whether they are vertices, paths or cycles by using the pointer jumping technique [10].

The rewriting in step 1 terminates in a configuration r by lemma 7. By iterated application of lemma 4 and lemma 2, if r ↓∗ err then r ↓∗ err . In step 2(b), if we have not reached err then we can safely claim by lemma 7(4) that err is not reachable. In step 2(c)(ii ), we know, by lemma 6, that if there is a sequence that leads to error then there is a sequence that leads to error whose initial sequence of (let 2e ) is bounded by the sorts’ measure. By lemma 3(2), there is a finite number of sequences of (let 2e ) reductions of a given length (modulo injective renaming).

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