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Then CL∩Nout[vi,coGd]=φ since u,w∈CL, u∈Nin[vi,coGd] and w∈Nout[vi,coGd] would imply u→vi→w in coGd, which by the transitivity of coGd would imply that u,w are adjacent in coGd and thus are not adjacent in the clique CL. If i>1 then CL∩Nin[vi-1,coGd]=φ, by the minimality of i, thus CL⊆Vd−(Nout[vi,coGd] ∪Nin[vi-1,coGd]). If i=1 then CL⊆Vd−Nout[v1,coGd]. →v|CL|} in the orientation of Gd. Lemma 6. →v|CL|} contained in a comparability graph Gd, either IND⊆V−Nin[v|CL|,Gd] or IND⊆V−Nout[v1,Gd] or there is a vertex vi in CL such that IND⊆V−(Nout[vi,Gd] ∪Nin[vi-1,Gd]).

7. Rules for self-protection in the mail delivery system specification of the system helps indeed preserving the properties of the system. Some properties can be verified by checking the presence of particular port graphs. Such properties can be easily encoded as object port graphs, abstractions, or strategies, hence as entities of the calculus. Consequently, the properties can be placed at the same level as the specification of the modeled system and they can be tested at any time. An invariant of the system can be expressed as a port graph rewrite rule with identical sides, G ⇒ G, testing the presence of a port graph G.