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The language aDpi in .NET Encoding code 128 barcode in .NET The language aDpi

5.1 The language aDpi using .net todeploy code 128a for asp.net web,windows application Basice Knowlege of iReport thereby isolatin Code128 for .NET g the agent, currently at h, which is about to move. Applying this reduction in context we obtain the third reduction step: (new r @h : Dr )( s inp (x, y@w) .

. . h r (x) print! x .

h r (x) print! x goto s.inp ! 11 visual .net Code 128 Code Set C , r @h ) ) (new r @h : Dr )( s inp (x, y@w) .

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h goto s.inp ! 11, r @h (5.7) Here the migration of the agent may be derived using (r-move): h goto s.

inp ! 11, r @h s inp ! 11, r @h . h goto s.inp ! Code 128B for .NET 11, r @h ) (5.

8) . h r (x) print! x ) and applying this in context, together with an application of (r-str), gives (new r : Dr @h)(s inp (x, y@w) . . .

. h r (x) print! Visual Studio .NET code128b x (new r : Dr @h)(s inp (x, y@w) . .

. . s inp ! 11, r @h We now have at the server site s an agent who w Code 128C for .NET ishes to transmit a message along the local channel inp and an agent who is willing to service this message..

The axiom (r-com m) may be used to obtain s inp (x, y@w) . . .

. s inp ! 11, r @h s DprimeS goto h.r! ispri me(11) s DprimeS For variety let us use (r-split) on the resulting system, to obtain s inp (x, y@w) . .

. . s inp ! 11, r @h s goto h.r! isp rime(11) Applying these two reductions in context we obtain the reductions (new r @h : Dr )(s inp (x, y@w) . .

. . s inp ! 11, r @h (new r @h : Dr )(s DprimeS h r (x) print! x ) (5.9) . s goto h.r! isprime(11) . h r (x) print! x ). Now there is the ANSI/AIM Code 128 for .NET return agent, currently at s, which can migrate back to h. As explained in Example 2.

10, let us elide the evaluation of isprime(11), assuming it is some computation done at the server, and then (r-move) can be used to give s goto h.r! isprime(11) where (new r @h : Dr )(s DprimeS (new r @h : Dr )(s DprimeS . h r! true h r (x) print! x ) s goto h.r! true h r! true h r (x) print! x ) (5.10) represents the elided evaluation of isprime(11). In context this gives s goto h.r! isprime(11). A distributed asynchronous pi-calculus Now there is a l USS Code 128 for .NET ocal communication possible at h, along the reply channel r. From (r-comm) we obtain h r! true .

h r (x) print! x that in context gives the reduction (new r @h : Dr )(s DprimeS (new r @h : Dr )(s DprimeS . h print! true ) Code 128 for .NET However the channel name r does not appear free in the code DprimeS, or in the code at h and so using the derived structural equation (new e : D) N N if bn(e) fn(N ) similar to that discussed in Example 2.9, and an application of (r-str) we obtain the nal reduction (new r @h : Dr )(s DprimeS s DprimeS .

h print! true h r! isprime(11) . h r (x) print! x ) (5.11) . h r! true h r (x) print! x ) h print! true So in eight step Code 128 Code Set B for .NET s, ignoring the computation of isprime(11), we have seen the reduction of the system s DprimeS . h Client(11) . h print! true with a server and a client, to one of the form s DprimeS where the client Code 128 for .NET has been serviced and the server is ready to accommodate further requests. The rst three reductions (5.

5), (5.6), (5.7) are house-keeping in nature, preparing the system for the signi cant reductions, namely migration via the axiom (r-move) and local communication via (r-comm).

The fourth reduction (5.8) sees the client send an agent to the server, while in (5.9) there is a communication at the server site; the server is informed of the client s request.

After the evaluation of the call to isprime( ), the answer is given to an agent at the server site that, in the next move (5.10) migrates to the client site, and in (5.11) there is a local communication this time at the client site informing it of the result.

Example 5.6 [A Located Memory ] Here we give a located version of the memory cell from Example 2.11.

The cell takes the form m LMem.
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