Aceto et al., proved that, over the process algebra BCCSP with the priority operator of Baeten, Bergstra and Klop, the equational theory of order-insensitive bisimilarity is not finitely based. However, it was noticed that by substituting the action prefixing operator of BCCSP with BPA’s sequential composition, the infinite family of equations used to show that non-finite axiomatisability result could be proved by a finite collection of sound equations. That observation left as an open question the existence of a finite axiomatisation for orderinsensitive bisimilarity over BPA with the priority operator. In this paper we provide a negative answer to this question. We prove that, in the presence of at l

On the axiomatisability of priority III: Priority strikes again

Luca Aceto
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2020

Abstract

Aceto et al., proved that, over the process algebra BCCSP with the priority operator of Baeten, Bergstra and Klop, the equational theory of order-insensitive bisimilarity is not finitely based. However, it was noticed that by substituting the action prefixing operator of BCCSP with BPA’s sequential composition, the infinite family of equations used to show that non-finite axiomatisability result could be proved by a finite collection of sound equations. That observation left as an open question the existence of a finite axiomatisation for orderinsensitive bisimilarity over BPA with the priority operator. In this paper we provide a negative answer to this question. We prove that, in the presence of at l
Finite axiomatisations, Bisimilarity, Priority operator, Sequential composition
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