Publication detail

PNtalk Project: Current Research Direction

JANOUŠEK, V., KOČÍ, R.

Original Title

PNtalk Project: Current Research Direction

English Title

PNtalk Project: Current Research Direction

Type

book chapter

Language

en

Original Abstract

PNtalk is a language and system which combines Petri nets and Smalltalk in a consistent way by introducing Object Oriented Petri Nets. The objective of PNtalk is modeling, simulation, and prototyping. Our current focus is heterogeneous modeling, interoperability and multisimulation. To achieve these goals, an open implementation approach proposing appropriate level of control over selected features of models is adopted. The open implementation of PNtalk is accomplished by its reflective metalevel architecture. Multisimulation is demonstrated by a simple case study.

English abstract

PNtalk is a language and system which combines Petri nets and Smalltalk in a consistent way by introducing Object Oriented Petri Nets. The objective of PNtalk is modeling, simulation, and prototyping. Our current focus is heterogeneous modeling, interoperability and multisimulation. To achieve these goals, an open implementation approach proposing appropriate level of control over selected features of models is adopted. The open implementation of PNtalk is accomplished by its reflective metalevel architecture. Multisimulation is demonstrated by a simple case study.

Keywords

Metalevel architecture, Reflectivity, Modelling, Simulation, Multisimulation, Prototyping, Object Oriented Petri Nets

Released

31.08.2005

Publisher

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

Location

Praha

ISBN

8001033228

Book

Simulation Almanac 2005

Pages from

50

Pages to

62

Pages count

13

BibTex


@inbook{BUT55600,
  author="Vladimír {Janoušek} and Radek {Kočí}",
  title="PNtalk Project: Current Research Direction",
  annote="PNtalk is a language and system which combines Petri nets and Smalltalk
in a consistent way by introducing Object Oriented Petri Nets. The
objective of PNtalk is modeling, simulation, and prototyping. Our
current focus is heterogeneous modeling, interoperability and
multisimulation. To achieve these goals, an open implementation
approach proposing appropriate level of control over selected features
of models is adopted. The open implementation of PNtalk is accomplished
by its reflective metalevel architecture. Multisimulation is
demonstrated by a simple case study.",
  address="Faculty of Electrical Engineering",
  booktitle="Simulation Almanac 2005",
  chapter="55600",
  institution="Faculty of Electrical Engineering",
  year="2005",
  month="august",
  pages="50--62",
  publisher="Faculty of Electrical Engineering",
  type="book chapter"
}