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Preface to special issue: behavioural types

  • SIMON J GAY (a1) and ANTÓNIO RAVARA (a2)
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This is the first part of a two-part special issue on Behavioural Types, which has its origin in a workshop we organized in April 2011, in Lisbon. The aim of the workshop was to bring together the active and expanding community of researchers using type-theoretic approaches to describe and analyse behavioural aspects of software. A particular concern of this field is the identification and description of structured communication in concurrent and distributed systems, but behavioural typing also addresses issues of liveness, fairness, deadlock-freedom, security, observable equivalence and typestate.

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