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Petri nets analysis using small computers: splitting places.

Fahmy, H.M.A.

In: Microcomputer Applications, ISMM International Conference, Los Angeles, USA, December 14 - 16, 1989, pages 96-98. Anaheim; Calgary; Zuerich: ACTA Press, 1990.

Abstract: In this paper, a method of analysis of large Petri nets by partitioning is proposed. This method permits a great saving of computation time and storage. Useless efforts spent in the analysis of large Petri nets are spared by the look to the partitions of interest. It is possible to study the characteristics of the required places by involving them in partition. It was shown that partitioning preserves the characteristics of the main Petri net. The reachability tree method or the matrix equations approach, which were untractable at the whole net level, may be used at the subnet level to get the needed analysis criteria.

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