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safeDpi: a language for controlling mobile code

safeDpi: a language for controlling mobile code
safeDpi: a language for controlling mobile code
safeDpi is a distributed version of the Picalculus, in which processes are located at dynamically created sites. Parametrised code may be sent between sites using so-called ports, which are essentially higher-order versions of Picalculus communication channels. A host location may protect itself by only accepting code which conforms to a given type associated to the incoming port
227-290
Hennessy, Matthew
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Yoshida, Nobuko
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Rathke, Julian
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Hennessy, Matthew
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Yoshida, Nobuko
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Hennessy, Matthew, Yoshida, Nobuko and Rathke, Julian (2005) safeDpi: a language for controlling mobile code Acta Informatica, 42, (4), pp. 227-290.

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Abstract

safeDpi is a distributed version of the Picalculus, in which processes are located at dynamically created sites. Parametrised code may be sent between sites using so-called ports, which are essentially higher-order versions of Picalculus communication channels. A host location may protect itself by only accepting code which conforms to a given type associated to the incoming port

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Published date: December 2005
Organisations: Electronic & Software Systems

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Local EPrints ID: 263457
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/263457
PURE UUID: 34131977-9289-4f9f-a3ed-637b52efa642

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Date deposited: 15 Feb 2007
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 07:45

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Author: Matthew Hennessy
Author: Nobuko Yoshida
Author: Julian Rathke

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