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

This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the fifth Asian Computing technological know-how convention, ASIAN'99, held in Phuket, Thailand, in December 1999.
The 28 revised complete papers provided including invited contributions and eleven brief shows have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 114 submissions. one of the themes addressed are programming thought, formal equipment, computerized reasoning, verification, embedded structures, real-time structures, dispensed platforms, and cellular computing.

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The values of x, y and z can be L, M, H which stand for low, medium and high linguistic variables. 40 Chantana Chantrapornchai, Sissades Tongsima, and Edwin Sha The rule base may represent a temperature control system whose input is the temperature obtained from an external sensor and whose output is an adjusting level for a fan speed. Input linguistic variables low, medium, and high are used to justify which rules to activate. A temperature value may be justified as a low or medium value as its meaning is fuzzy.

As usual, a name substitution σ is a function on names that is the identity almost everywhere. Definition 7 (injective renaming). Let r and r be configurations. We write r∼ = r if there is an injective substitution σ such that σr ≡ r . We study reachability modulo injective renaming. ∼ is reflexive, symmetric, and transitive. Lemma 2. (1) The relation = ∼ r then r ↓ err iff r ↓ err . (2) If r = ∼ r and r →R r1 then ∃ r r →R r and r1 ∼ (3) If r = =r . 1 1 1 We consider rewriting modulo injective renaming.

The main differences are: (i) We let all communications go through a unique (unnamed) channel that connects the principals to the environment. (ii) We add cryptographic primitives, which affect the contents of the cryptographic table. In principle, we can code this process calculus in a variety of π-calculus. p, where a is a fresh name. (ii) Representing the cryptographic table as a process that receives messages on a global channel, say c. The coding and decoding operations are represented as remote procedure calls from the principals and the environment to the cryptographic process.

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