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Declarative Networking is a recent, viable approach to make distributed programming easier, which is becoming increasingly popular in systems and networking community. It offers the programmer a declarative, rule-based language, called P2, for writing distributed applications in an abstract, yet expressive way. This approach, however, imposes new challenges on analysis and verification methods when they are applied to P2 programs. Reasoning about P2 computations is beyond the scope of existing tools since it requires handling of program states defined in terms of collections of relations, which store the application data, together with multisets of tuples, which represent communication events in-flight.
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