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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  2. Zhang, Rui; Guo, Degui; Gao, Wenjuan; Liu, Lei: Modeling ontology evolution via pi-calculus (2016)
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  9. Collinson, Matthew; Pym, David: Algebra and logic for resource-based systems modelling (2009)
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  14. Devillers, Raymond; Klaudel, Hanna; Koutny, Maciej: A compositional Petri net translation of general (\pi)-calculus terms (2008)
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