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Acq:= num:=0 client:=0 BEG / size := M gauge := M init ask IDLE [gauge > 0] end BEG init [gauge < size] release / gauge := gauge+1 [gauge > 0] acquire / gauge := gauge−1 [not i in acq] ask / num:=0 client:=i [num < QUOTA] acquire /num:= num+1 IDLE [i in acq] release / acq[i]:=acq[i]−1 ok ASK OK [num=QUOTA] new / acq[i]:=QUOTA Fig. 1. Resource allocator system (left: allocator, right: client system) As an illustration, let us take a resource allocator system with two components: the allocator and the client system.
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Since GIVEN does not divide QUOTA, the condition num>QUOTA will be eventually true and num=QUOTA will never be true. Note also that the condition gauge