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The term shared dataspace refers to the general class of programming languages in which the principal means of communication among the concurrent components of programs is a common, content-addressable data structure called a dataspace. In the programming language and artificial intelligence communities, there is considerable interest in such languages, e.g. logic-based languages, production rule systems, and the Linda language. However, these languages have not been the subject of extensive program verification research. This paper specifies a proof system for a shared dataspace programming notation called Swarm-- a program logic similar in style to that of UNITY. The paper then uses the logic to reason about a solution to the problem of labeling the connected equal-intensity regions of a digital image.
Cunningham, H. Conrad and Roman, Gruia-Catalin, "Unity-Style Proofs for Shared Dataspace Programs Using Dynamic Statements" Report Number: WUCS-90-02 (1990). All Computer Science and Engineering Research.
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