|Title:||Reducibility of Syncrhonization Structures
|Authors:||A. Ginzburg and M. Yoeli
|Abstract:||This paper is concerned with synchonization structures (or "purely parallel" control structures), i.e. control structures with (2-way) forks and (2-way) joins as only control nodes: A synchronization structure is reducible iff it can be converted into an equivalent structured version, obtainable from a set of simpler ("primitive") structures. This paper derives necessary and sufficient conditions fot a synchronization structure to be reducible and exhibits infinite families of irreducible syochrohization structures. Posets associated with synchronization structures, and a particular type of homomorphism ("structuring function") between posets play an important role in the paper.|
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