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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Compatibility is a crucial problem that is encountered while constructing new software by reusing and composing existing components. A set of software components is called compatible if their composition preserves certain properties, such as deadlock freedom. However, checking compatibility for systems communicating asynchronously is an undecidable problem, and asynchronous communication is a common interaction mechanism used in building software systems. A typical approach in analyzing suchdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-07602-7_19 fatcat:4hxnax3purbnzdwxshwgoofbsm