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Round abstraction, compositionally

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We revisit a form of temporal scaling called “round abstraction” as a solution to the problem of building synchronous representations of asynchronous behaviour. We will show how round abstraction can be formalised in a setting akin to the category of games in game semantics (albeit with less restrictions). In particular, we establish a soundness result under certain conditions.

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