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*From*: ns <nedsri1988@xxxxxxxxx>*Date*: Fri, 28 May 2021 20:51:09 -0700 (PDT)

hello, the Specifying Systems book says that a regular existentially quantified variable functions as a constant. And from the definition this does seem to be the case

\sigma |= (\E x: F) == \E x: (\sigma |= F)

where \sigma is a trace. However, if I have

[] (\E x: F)

its now possible for each state of \sigma to have a different value of x and satisfy this formula. But this now seems closer to a temporal existential. So would it be equivalent to

\EE x: [] F

?

thanks

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