Formalizing dynamic software updating

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In this paper, we propose a formal calculus update π, a variant extension of higher-order π calculus, to model dynamic updates of component-based software, which is language and technology independent.However, although groups are everywhere and we participate in them constantly, we do not understand them very well.Many of us can tell stories of groups that seemed perfect for a given task, but which failed.At the end of the paper, we proof that these update is type safety Data provided are for informational purposes only.Although carefully collected, accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Differing provisions from the publisher's actual policy or licence agreement may be applicable.In this paper, a simple formal system is established with the goal of understanding the underlying foundations of updating classes, for the purpose of understanding how to best build reliable updatable programs.

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