Another thing you can do is use the "leads to" operator (~>),
where P ~> Q ≡ (P => <>Q):
succeeded ~> accomplished_work
This is useful if you want to express that something might not ever succeed, but if it does, then you will eventually accomplish work.
I'd also recommend spending some time building an intuition for the difference between weak fairness and strong fairness.
On 2/23/19 10:10 AM, A. Jesse Jiryu Davis wrote:
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