In: J. Esparza, C. Lakos (Eds.): Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 2360: 23rd International Conference on Applications and Theory of Petri Nets, Adelaide, Australia, June 24-30, 2002, pages 1-23pp. Springer Verlag, June 2002.
Abstract: The analysis and verification of a Petri net model can only yield a valuable result if the model correctly captures the considered system and if the analyzed or verified properties reflect the actual requirements. So validation of both nets and specifications of desired properties is a first class task in model-based system development. This contribution considers validation concepts based on various chapters of Petri net theory. A particular emphasis is on simulation based validation. Simulation means construction of runs, which are high-level process nets in our approach. We discuss how simulation is used for validation purposes and how the creation of runs can be performed in an efficient way.
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