By Wolfgang Kastner, Gerhardt Helge Schildt

ISBN-10: 3211211365

ISBN-13: 9783211211366

Diese Aufgabensammlung stellt eine sinnvolle Erg?nzung zum Lehrbuch "Informatik" von Blieberger et al. dar, das mittlerweile in der four. Auflage erschienen ist. Ziel der Aufgabensammlung ist es, durch das L?sen von Aufgaben den angebotenen Stoff zu vertiefen und zugleich anhand der L?sungen die eigene Bearbeitung zu ?berpr?fen. Den Aufgaben und L?sungen zu den einzelnen Kapiteln werden jeweils Zusammenfassungen des Stoffes vorangestellt, die das Buch auch unabh?ngig vom Lehrbuch verwendbar machen.

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Many of the principles developed in this paper transcend this choice of denominator; fixing it at S e t helps fix ideas. To complete the description of the functor I> we must describe its action on functors F, G of S S M . This is much more straightforward than the object part. This is facilitated by the strong condition U -- U~F in the definition of the morphisms F of S S M . The functor 47 F I> G : S S M 2 __. 47 (5)) a n d F 1> G takes each m o r p h i s m {f,s,g) of P 1> ~ to ( F f , s, Gg) as shown, where s denotes b o t h t h e inner a n d o u t e r square.

T h a t 1 ® 2 = 2 in 31 corresponds to the implication u < v < w --* u < w. This s t r u c t u r e was used to define "prossets" (preordered specification sets) [GP87], which were used to prove K a h n ' s principle relative to a p o m s e t - b a s e d semantics of nets [Pra86]. In the cartesian closed 3, the i n t e r p r e t a t i o n of 0 is no constraint as before. However 1 E 3 denotes accidental order, a n d 2 denotes causal order. T h e i d e n t i t y 1 ® 2 -- 1 in 3 corresponds to the notion t h a t if u accidentally precedes v whereas v c a u s e s (causally precedes) w, then one can infer from this t h a t u accidentally precedes w, b u t one cannot infer t h a t u causally precedes w.

Any kind m a y be used in any of these ways. Even if a kind does not a p p e a r to have been c o n s t i t u t e d as a category of metric spaces or labeled structures this will not stop us using it as though it were. 1In [Pra84] one of us proposed adapting semirings, as used in the Floyd-Warshallalgorithm [AHU74], for formalizing concurrent real-time processes. As pointed out in [Pra891, monoidal categories are to semirings as categories are to posets. 25 To obtain spaces with metrics we define a functor !

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