For the most recent entries see the Petri Nets Newsletter.

Models of Discrete Event Dynamic Systems.

Cao, Xi-Ren; Ho, Yu-Chi

In: IEEE Control Syst. Mag., Vol. 10, No. 4, pages 69-76. June 1990.

Abstract: Many new techniques for modeling discrete event dynamic systems have been developed in recent years; among them are Markov processes and their imbedded Markov chains, Petri nets, queuing networks, automata and finite-state machines, finitely recursive processes, min-max algebra models, and discrete event simulation and generalized semi-Markov processes. The authors demonstrate the main features of these models by applying them to a simple example and briefly compare their features.

Keywords: discrete event dynamic system; queueing network; Markov chain; recursive process; min-max algebra; finite-state machine; discrete event simulation.

Do you need a refined search? Try our search engine which allows complex field-based queries.

Back to the Petri Nets Bibliography