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%T Infinite Traces, Acceptances and CSPP
%A Adrian E. Lawrence
%E Alan G. Chalmers, Majid Mirmehdi, Henk Muller
%B Communicating Process Architectures 2001
%X There is a long standing problem when infinite traces are
   included in denotational semantic models of CSP. Full models
   fail to be Complete Partial Orders under refinement. This
   paper introduces a novel, but entirely natural, way of
   representing infinite behaviour in which refinement is a
   Complete Partial Order when the alphabet of events is
   finite. Acceptance semantics also solves the problem of
   infinite behaviour with an infinite alphabet. That requires
   a different construction based on a metric space and will be
   described elsewhere.

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