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Logic in Computer Science Modelling and reasoning about systems∗ Errata for the First Printing of the Second Edition Ja

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Logic in Computer Science Modelling and reasoning about systems∗

Errata for the First Printing of the Second Edition January 21, 2009

Readers of this book are kindly requested to notify Mark Ryan (email: [email protected]) of errors they find. These will be included in this file, and incorporated into future printings of the book. New items (since January 2009) are marked with an asterisk. • p. xiii. l.2. “serveral” → “several”

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• p. 20. l.-2. After the paragraph ending with the word “negation”, add the sentence: “The formula ⊥ stands for the contradiction.”. • p. 21. l.17. “The fact that ⊥” → “The fact that ⊥ (the contradiction)”. *

• p. 22. l.10. Delete “with a contradictory formula as sole premise”

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• p. 26. l.3. “¬p ∨ p” → “p ∨ ¬p” • p. 31. l.14. “b is rational or it is not” → “bb is rational or it is not”. • p. 47. “This is a proof of the sequent p ∧ q → r, p ` p → r.” The p → r should be q → r. The same mistake should be corrected in the line below as well. • p. 49. ll.4-9. Replace “φ1 , φ2 , . . . , φ2 ` ψ” with “φ1 , φ2 , . . . , φn ` ψ” (three occurrences).

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• p. 53. Corollary 1.39, in the second sentence: “is holds” should be “holds”. ∗

Cambridge University Press, June 2004.

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• p. 57. Definition 1.44. “a valuation in which is” → “a valuation in which it” • p. 68. l.3. “has be to true” → “has to be true” • p. 68. Section 1.6, in the first sentence of the first paragraph: “formule” should be “formula”. *

• p. 100. l.20. “n ≥ 1” → “n ≥ 0” • p. 120. l.6. “assumption” should be “premise”.

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• p. 122. l.6. “∀x i 5” → “∃x i 5”

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• p. 122. l.7. “∀y i 6” → “∃y i 6”

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• p. 122. l.34. (penultimate line). “assertions of the form ‘Γ ` φ is not valid.’ ” → “assertions of the form ‘Γ ` ψ is not valid.’ ” • p. 134, l.-12: “verify that is” should be “verify that it”. 0

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• p. 135. l.20. “we know that for all (s, t) ∈ P M ” → “we know that for 0 all (interpret(s), interpret(t)) ∈ P M ”

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• p. 151. l.10. “obtained by removing c from the PDS P” → “obtained by adding c to the PDS P”

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• p. 158. Exercise 2.1.5.f. “syymetric and asymmetric” → “symmetric and asymmetric”

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• p. 159. Exercise 2.2.1. “f a function symbol with two arguments and g a function symbol with three arguments.” → “f a function symbol with three arguments and g a function symbol with two arguments.” • p. 161. Exercise 2.3.9. Replace S(y) by Q(y), twice.

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• p. 162. l.-8, exercice 13(h), Replace “∀y” by “∀x”. • p. 165. l.18. “In Example 2.23, page 136” → “In Example 2.27, page 140”.

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• p. 166. l.5. “∃P (∀x∀yP (x, y) → ¬P (y, x)) ∧ (∀u∀vR(u, v) → P (v, u))” → “∃P (∀x∀y(P (x, y) → ¬P (y, x)) ∧ ∀u∀v(R(u, v) → P (v, u)))”. 2

• p. 166. l.6. “∀P (∃x∃y∃zP (x, y) ∧ P (y, z) ∧ ¬P (x, z)) → (∀u∀vR(u, v) → P (u, v))” → “∀P (∃x∃y∃z(P (x, y)∧P (y, z)∧¬P (x, z)) → ∀u∀v(R(u, v) → P (u, v)))”. • p. 166. l.7. “∀P (∀x ¬P (x, x)) ∨ (∀u∀vR(u, v) → P (u, v))” → “∀P (∀x ¬P (x, x) ∨ ∀u∀v(R(u, v) → P (u, v)))”. • p. 181 l.-4. The expression ‘clause 11’ should be ‘clause 13’. *

• p. 184. l.6. “Whatever happens” → “On all paths”; “be permanently” → “become” • p. 191. Figure 3.8. There is no state s8 , so one should rename s9 to s8 in the figure and in the text.

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• p. 196. Figure 3.10. l.15. Replace (!pr1.st=c & G !pr1.st=c | ((!pr1.st=c) U pr2.st=c))))) with (!(pr1.st=c) & G !(pr1.st=c) | ((!(pr1.st=c)) U pr2.st=c)))))

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• p. 215. l.19. (“Whatever happens, a certain process...”) To that bullet, add a sentence: “Note that this formula is stronger than FG deadlock considered in section 3.2.3.”

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• p. 221. l.21. “¬p W q” → “¬q W p” “¬(¬q U (p ∧ ¬q))” → “¬(¬p U (q ∧ ¬p))”

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• p. 223. l.8. Delete “change φ to the output of TRANSLATE (φ), i.e. we” (i.e. it will be: “First, write φ in terms of...”)

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• p. 228. l.21. (in function SATEX ). Append a semicolon to the end of the line: “Y := Y ∪ pre∀ (Y )”

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• p. 229. l.11. (in function SATEU ). Append a semicolon to the end of the line: “Y := Y ∪ (W ∩ pre∃ (Y ))” 3

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• p. 235. l.24. “each of q1 , q2 , q3 can transition to any valuation” → “each of q1 , q2 , q4 can transition to any valuation”

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• p. 240. l.10. (in function SATEG ). Append a semicolon to the end of the line: “Y := Y ∩ pre∃ (Y )” • p. 246. l.9. “Definition 3.1 (page 175)” → “Definition 3.6 (page 180)”. • p. 248. l.-10. “E (t U q)” → “E[t U q]”.

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• p. 249. l.7. (list item h). “[[A(φ2 U φ2 )]] = [[¬(E(¬φ1 U (¬φ1 ∧ ¬φ2 )) ∨ EG ¬φ2 )]].” → “[[A(φ1 U φ2 )]] = [[¬(E(¬φ2 U (¬φ1 ∧ ¬φ2 )) ∨ EG ¬φ2 )]].” • p. 251. Exercise 3.6.1. Replace “φ1 to φ4 ” by “the formulas for safety, liveness and no-strict-sequencing given on page 189”.     • p. 271. l.5. “ ψ x = 5 ψ[x/E] ” → “ ψ x = 5 ψ[E/x] ” l.7. “ψ[x/E]” → “ψ[E/x]” • p. 302, exercise 20: ”at the and” → ”at the end”.

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• p. 303. Exercise 4.4.1.f. “¬(y = 0)” → “(y > 0)”

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• p. 304. Exercise 4.5.2. (In function withdraw ). “amount < 0” → “amount > 0” • p. 321, l.5 of main text (not the table): “linear” should be “forwards linear”. • p. 325, Table 5.12, last line: “linear” should be “forwards linear”. • p. 337 l.-5: “a frame. . . is said to satisfy φ” should be “a frame. . . is said to validate φ”. • p. 322, l.-4: “the frame, as a whole, satisfies a formula”. The word “satisfies” should be “validates”. l.-2: “satisfies a formula” should be “validates a formula”. • p. 323, 324, 325: Every occurrence of “satisfy”, “satisfies”, etc., should be “validate”, “validates”, etc., except the following ones:

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– p.323, l.-2: “each world satisfies” – p.325, l.4 (of main text, not of Table 5.12): “x satisfy p”. – p.325, l.5 (of main text, not of Table 5.12): “x satisfy p”. – p.325, l.12 “satisfies 2φ”. • p. 326, l.4. Between the sentence ending “hand.” and the next one beginning “Some”, insert the following text. “A modal logic will be defined by stipulating a set L of formula schemes. • p. 326, l.10. Change item 3 to the following text. Γ semantically entails ψ in L iff for all models whose frames validate L, and for all worlds x in the model, we have that if x satisfies Γ then x satisfies φ. In that case, we say that Γ L ψ holds. • p. 326, l.12–15: The entire parragraph beginning “Thus” and ending “be” should be replaced with Note that for L = ∅ this definition is consistent with the one of Definition \ref{mod:sement} (Definition 5.15), since the requirement on frames is vacuous. For logic engineering, we require that a modal logic L be • p. 326, l.20: Add to the two bullet points, the following two: – closed under necessitation, i.e. for every formula φ in L, we also have that 2φ is in L; and – closed under Modus Ponens, i.e. for every formulas φ and φ → ψ in L, we also have that ψ is in L. *

• p. 343. l.23. “(¬K2 p2 , ∧¬K2 ¬p2 )” → “(¬K2 p2 ∧¬K2 ¬p2 )” (i.e. delete the comma)

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• p. 353, l.11: “does not satisfy” should be “does not validate”. l.13: “does satisfy” should be “does validate”. • p. 353. Exercise 5.6.18.b. “Show that KD45 ” → “Show that KT45 ” • p. 407. Figure 6.32(a). The edge between s1 and s3 should be directed from s1 to s3 .

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Acknowledgments Natasha Alechina, Miguel Carrillo Barajas, Jonathan Bowen, Filip Bruman, B. Chimbo, Xiao Fan, Valentin Goranko, A. Burak Gurdag, Ernst Moritz Hahn, Pascal Honor´e, Rod Howell, Lei Jinjiang, Raffi Khatchadourian, Anders Krogh, Alexander Miczo, Aart Middeldorp, Juan S. Morales, Lena Morgenroth, Jiaxin Pan, Hanspeter Schneider, Marek Sergot, Christian Sternagel, Petur Thors, Ben Torfs, Mathias Verbeke, Jin Yun, Harald Zankl,

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