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By Pierre Fraigniaud (auth.), Samson Abramsky, Cyril Gavoille, Claude Kirchner, Friedhelm Meyer auf der Heide, Paul G. Spirakis (eds.)

The two-volume set LNCS 6198 and LNCS 6199 constitutes the refereed court cases of the thirty seventh foreign Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming, ICALP 2010, held in Bordeaux, France, in July 2010. The 106 revised complete papers (60 papers for music A, 30 for tune B, and sixteen for music C) provided including 6 invited talks have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 389 submissions. The papers are grouped in 3 significant tracks on algorithms, complexity and video games; on good judgment, semantics, automata, and concept of programming; in addition to on foundations of networked computation: versions, algorithms and data administration. LNCS 6199 includes forty six contributions of music B and C chosen from 167 submissions in addition to four invited talks.

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This influential result has largely contributed to the emergence of LTL as the canonical linear-time specification formalism in the classical theory. On a pragmatic level, the close relationship between automata and logic has enabled the design of model-checking algorithms for a wide variety of specification formalisms rooted in temporal or predicate logic. While initially little more than pure decidability results, these procedures have over the last few decades been progressively honed into powerful industrial-strength tools.

Finally, we devoted a significant fraction of our efforts to time-bounded modelchecking and satisfiability questions for timed automata and metric logics. In addition to MTL and FO(<, +1), we consider the monadic second-order metric logic of order, MSO(<, +1). In [40], we showed that the time-bounded model-checking and satisfiability problems for monadic first- and second-order metric logics all have non-elementary complexity, whereas these problems are EXPSPACEcomplete in the case of MTL (and this in spite of the expressive equivalence of MTL and FO(<, +1) over bounded time domains).

In (i), by adequate we mean that X should embed into X, in such a way that every closed subset D of X should be representable by a finite subset of X. (In [13], we required this for every downward closed, not just closed, D. ) Formally, D should be the set of those points in X that are below finitely many points in X: D = X ∩ ↓X E, E finite. , E is a subset of X, not X. Typically, if X = Nk , then X should be Nkω , and for example, D = {(m, n, p) ∈ N3 | m + n ≤ 3} is representable as N3 ∩ ↓N3 {(0, 3, ω), (1, 2, ω), (2, 1, ω), (3, 0, ω)}.

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