Perspectives of Systems Informatics: 6th International Andrei Ershov Memorial Conference, PSI 2006, Novosibirsk, Russia, June 27-30, 2006, Revised Papers / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed postconference proceedings of the 6th International Andrei Ershov Memorial Conference, PSI 2006, held in Akademgorodok, Novosibirsk, Russia in June 2006. The 30 revised full papers and 10 revised short papers presented together with 5 invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 108 submissions during two rounds of evaluation and improvement. The papers address all current aspects of theoretical computer science, programming methodology, and new information technologies, which are among the most important contributions of system informatics.

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Invited Papers.- Separability in Conflict-Free Petri Nets.- Grand Challenges of System Programming.- Specifying and Verifying Programs in Spec#.- Basic Prools: Specification Language for Distributed Systems.- Why Automata Models Are Sexy for Testers? (Invited Talk).- Regular Papers.- An Universal Resolving Algorithm for Inverse Computation of Lazy Languages.- Program Generation in the Equivalent Transformation Computation Model Using the Squeeze Method.- A Versioning and Evolution Framework for RDF Knowledge Bases.- A Graphical Approach to Prove the Semantic Preservation of UML/OCL Refactoring Rules.- On the Usage of Concrete Syntax in Model Transformation Rules.- TTCN-3 for Distributed Testing Embedded Software.- Chase of Recursive Queries.- Improving Semistatic Compression Via Pair-Based Coding.- An Agent-Based Architecture for Dialogue Systems.- Encoding Mobile Ambients into the—-Calculus.- Characterizations of CD Grammar Systems Working in Competence Mode by Multicounter Machine Resources.- Deriving State-Based Implementations of Interactive Components with History Abstractions.- Introducing Debugging Capabilities to Natural Semantics.- Solution Strategies for Multi-domain Constraint Logic Programs.- Information-Flow Attacks Based on Limited Observations.- Verifying Generalized Soundness of Workflow Nets.- Specifying Monogenetic Specializers byMeans of a Relation Between Source and Residual Programs.- Satisfiability of Viability Constraints for Pfaffian Dynamics.- On the Importance of Parameter Tuning in Text Categorization.- Preconditions for Structural Synthesis of Programs.- How to Verify and Exploit a Refinement of Component-Based Systems.- Refinements in Typed Abstract State Machines.- Report on an Implementation of a Semi-inverter.- Loop Parallelization in Multi-dimensional Cartesian Space.- An ASM Semantics of Token Flow in UML 2 Activity Diagrams.- Well-Structured Model Checking of Multiagent Systems.- Development of a Robust Data Mining Method Using CBFS and RSM.- Pushout: A Mathematical Model of Architectural Merger.- A Formal Model of Data Privacy.- Linear Complementarity and P-Matrices for Shastic Games.- Short Papers.- RapidOWL — An Agile Knowledge Engineering Methodology.- BURS-Based Instruction Set Selection.- Improved Resolution-Based Method for Satisfiability Checking Formulas of the Language L.- Real-Time Stable Event Structures and Marked Scott Domains: An Adjunction.- Streaming Networks for Coordinating Data-Parallel Programs.- Formal Methods in Industrial Software Standards Enforcement.- Visual Rules Modeling.- Security for Multithreaded Programs Under Cooperative Scheduling.- A Fully Dynamic Algorithm for Recognizing and Representing Chordal Graphs.- A Knowledge Portal for Cultural Information Resources: Towards an Architecture.

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