Testing for equivalence of two programs in different architectures (Sequential, Multi Processor, Multi Core)
I've found a question that I'm having trouble to realize. It's as follows: Consider the program P :: x := 1; y := 1; z := 1; u := 0; and the program Q :: x,y,z,u := ...
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