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Towards dependable home networking: An experience report. In International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN 2000). IEEE, July 2000. pucrs. br Brian Randell University of Newcastle upon Tyne - NEJ RU- Newcastle upon Tyne - UK brian. u k Alexander Romanovsky University of Newcastle upon Tyne - NEJ RU- Newcastle upon Tyne - UK alexander. ac. uk Abstract Recently the concept of dependable multiparty interaction (DMI) has been introduced. In a multiparty interaction, several parties (objects or processes) somehow "come together" to produce an intermediate and temporary combined state, use this state to execute some activity, and then leave this interaction and continue their normal execution.

253-284. [2] E. Brinksma, B. Jonsson, and F. Orava, "Refining Interfaces of Communicating Systems," Proc. Call. on Combining Paradigms for Software Development, Springer, LNCS 494, 1991. [3] J. Burton, M. Koutny and G. Pappalardo, "Verifying Implementation Relations in the Event of Interface Difference," Proc. FME 2001, LNCS 2021, 2001, 364-383. [4] J. Burton, M. Koutny and G. Pappalardo, "Implementing Communicating Processes in the Event of Interface Difference," Proc. ACSD 2001, IEEE Computer Society, 2001, 87-96.

Abstract descriptions of systems, our approach offers a potentially low-cost alternative to handling rare faults in a case-by-case manner, while allowing common faults to be handled individually. We illustrate the model-based approach with two case-studies: one concerning a home-network lookup service and the other an XlO powerline network. Keywords: model, formal methods, dependability, unanticipated faults, concurrency, distribution, networking *This work was partially sponsored by DARPA contract OSU-RF #F33615-0l-C-1901, NSF grant NSF-CCR-9972368, an Ameritech Faculty Fellowship and a grant from Microsoft Research.

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