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[tlaplus] Guarantee message passing
- From: Jones Martins <jonesmvc@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2021 19:20:48 -0800 (PST)
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Sorry for keeping this too abstract. I may give an example later on if necessary.
In a process communication network, is there any way to guarantee a process to respond to some message immediately (or as soon as possible) after receiving it?
I'm dealing with timeouts, but I'm modelling a system with perfect communication (there are no delays, no lost messages). Since there are no delays, we expect other processes to respond immediately. I tried to add Strong Fairness to this "Respond" action, but it still does not guarantee anything.
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