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Comparing the Notions of Opacity for Discrete-Event Systems [article]

Jiří Balun, Tomáš Masopust
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Opacity is an information flow property characterizing whether a system reveals its secret to a passive observer. Several notions of opacity have been introduced in the literature.  ...  In particular, the transformations are computable in polynomial time and preserve the number of observable events and determinism, and hence the computational complexities of the verification of the notions  ...  Comparing different notions of opacity for automata models, Saboori and Hadjicostis [23] provided a language-based definition of initial-state opacity, Cassez et al.  ... 
arXiv:2102.02889v2 fatcat:qv2fdvmwa5hnxmfzmqahqltnw4

The Continuity of Madhyamaka and Yogācāra in Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism

John P. Keenan, Ian Charles Harris
1993 Journal of the American Oriental Society  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS To my wife Gwen, without whose support this would not have been possible, and to my supervisor, Andrew Rawlinson,for his helpful comments, criticisms and comradeship.  ...  Certainly^it was common for schools of the proto-Mahayana to develop notions which served the same purpose in their system that bhavanga does in the systems we have already mentioned.  ...  Ruegg who feels that because of the: -"... opacity and confusion in the records as well as the uncertainty concerning the authoriship of several works ascribed to Nagarjuna, it will be convenient for the  ... 
doi:10.2307/604233 fatcat:ti5aupq4onc3ldgveasvpijkam