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A tool for distributed modeling of nets (dimon).

Becker, Matthias; Bessey, Thomas

In: Proceedings of the second IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (SMC'02), October 6-9, 2002, Hammamet, Tunisia, Volume 2. IEEE Computer Society Press, October 2002.

Abstract: In this paper, we present a tool (dimon) for distributed modeling of nets such as queueing networks or Petri nets or combinations of both over an ip based computer network, together with a 3-d graphical editor (dim3on) for modeling hierarchical nets utilizing that tool. Both the tool and the editor are implemented in Java. In this implementation, the net concept is considered as a superclass and thus can be extended by inheritance to any more specialized concept, e.g., to a stochastic Petri net (note that the Petri net concept itself is a subclass of the net concept). The editor is designed to be extensible in a rather easy manner in order to consider yet unsupported net classes. The nets are specified using the extensible markup language (XML) in order to facilitate storage and interchange across a computer network.

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