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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In addition to behavioral properties, spatial logics can talk about other key properties of concurrent systems such as secrecy, freshness, usage of resources, and distribution. We study an expressive spatial logic for systems specified in the synchronous π-calculus with recursion, based on a small set of behavioral and spatial observations. We give coinductive and equational characterizations of the equivalence induced on processes by the logic, and conclude that it strictly lies betweendoi:10.1007/978-3-540-24727-2_7 fatcat:kvujt3msuvevxaxd6vek6dkwfu