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Net-Oriented Analysis and Design.

Honiden, S.; Uchihira, N.

In: IEICE Transactions, Vol. E74, No. 10, October 1991, Special Issue on Petri Nets and Discrete Event Systems. 1991.

Abstract: Net-Oriented Analysis and Design (NOAD) is defined as three items: (1) Various nets are utilized as an effective modeling method. (2) Interrelationships among various nets are determined. (3) Verification or analysis methods for nets are provided and they are implemented based on the mathematical theory, that is Net theory. This paper discusses how effectively various nets have been used in actual software development support methods and tools and evaluates such several methods and tools from the NOAD viewpoint.

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