The mobility workbench — A tool for the π-Calculus. n this paper we describe the first prototype version of the Mobility Work-bench (MWB), an automated tool for manipulating and analyzing mobile concurrent systems (those with evolving connectivity structures) described in the π-calculus. The main feature of this version of the MWB is checking open bisimulation equivalences. We illustrate the MWB with an example automated analysis of a handover protocol for a mobile telephone system

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  1. Khomenko, Victor; Meyer, Roland; Hüchting, Reiner: A polynomial translation of $\pi$-calculus FCPS to safe Petri nets (2013)
  2. Mateescu, Radu; Salaün, Gwen: PIC2LNT: model transformation for model checking an applied pi-calculus (2013)
  3. Johansson, Magnus; Victor, Björn; Parrow, Joachim: Computing strong and weak bisimulations for psi-calculi (2012)
  4. Martinho, Joana; Ravara, António: Encoding cryptographic primitives in a calculus with polyadic synchronisation (2011)
  5. Bengtson, Jesper; Parrow, Joachim: Formalising the pi-calculus using nominal logic (2009)
  6. Collinson, Matthew; Monahan, Brian; Pym, David: A logical and computational theory of located resource (2009)
  7. Collinson, Matthew; Pym, David: Algebra and logic for resource-based systems modelling (2009)
  8. Meyer, Roland: A theory of structural stationarity in the $\pi$-calculus (2009)
  9. Wu, Zhaohui; Deng, Shuiguang; Li, Ying; Wu, Jian: Computing compatibility in dynamic service composition (2009)
  10. Ahmad, Raheel; Rahimi, Shahram: ACVisualizer: a visualization tool for APi-calculus (2008)
  11. Devillers, Raymond; Klaudel, Hanna; Koutny, Maciej: A compositional Petri net translation of general $\pi$-calculus terms (2008)
  12. Meyer, Roland; Khomenko, Victor; Strazny, Tim: A practical approach to verification of mobile systems using net unfoldings (2008)
  13. De Nicola, Rocco; Gorla, Daniele; Pugliese, Rosario: Global computing in a dynamic network of tuple spaces (2007)
  14. Kang, Zuling; Wang, Hongbing; Hung, Patrick C.K.: WS-CDL+ for web service collaboration (2007)
  15. Chothia, Tom: Analysing the MUTE anonymous file-sharing system using the pi-calculus (2006)
  16. Aziz, Benjamin; Hamilton, Geoff; Gray, David: A static analysis of cryptographic processes: the denotational approach (2005)
  17. Ferrari, Gianluigi; Montanari, Ugo; Tuosto, Emilio: Coalgebraic minimization of HD-automata for the $\pi$-calculus using polymorphic types (2005)
  18. Ribeiro, Leila; Dotti, Fernando Luís; Bardohl, Roswitha: A formal framework for the development of concurrent object-based systems (2005)
  19. Borgström, Johannes; Briais, Sébastien; Nestmann, Uwe: Symbolic bisimulation in the spi calculus (2004)
  20. Yang, Ping; Ramakrishnan, C.R.; Smolka, Scott A.: A logical encoding of the $\pi$-calculus: model checking mobile processes using tabled resolution (2004)

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