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Generating and Using State Spaces of Object-Oriented Petri Nets

Originální název

Generating and Using State Spaces of Object-Oriented Petri Nets

Anglický název

Generating and Using State Spaces of Object-Oriented Petri Nets

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The article describes two of the problems that arise in the area of generating and exploiting state spaces of the object-oriented Petri nets (OOPNs) which underlie the modelling language used in the tool called PNtalk. We first explain the influence of identifiers of dynamically appearing and disappearing instances upon the state space explosion problem. We describe and compare methods of working with identifiers based on sophisticated naming rules and mechanisms for abstracting names. Subsequently, there are discussed several approaches to specifying properties of systems to be validated by means of state spaces of their OOPN-based models.

Anglický abstrakt

The article describes two of the problems that arise in the area of generating and exploiting state spaces of the object-oriented Petri nets (OOPNs) which underlie the modelling language used in the tool called PNtalk. We first explain the influence of identifiers of dynamically appearing and disappearing instances upon the state space explosion problem. We describe and compare methods of working with identifiers based on sophisticated naming rules and mechanisms for abstracting names. Subsequently, there are discussed several approaches to specifying properties of systems to be validated by means of state spaces of their OOPN-based models.

BibTex


@article{BUT40353,
  author="Milan {Češka} and Vladimír {Janoušek} and Tomáš {Vojnar}",
  title="Generating and Using State Spaces of Object-Oriented Petri Nets",
  annote="The article describes two of the problems that arise in the area of
generating and exploiting state spaces of the object-oriented Petri
nets (OOPNs) which underlie the modelling language used in the tool
called PNtalk. We first explain the influence of identifiers of
dynamically appearing and disappearing instances upon the state space
explosion problem. We describe and compare methods of working with
identifiers based on sophisticated naming rules and mechanisms for
abstracting names. Subsequently, there are discussed several approaches
to specifying properties of systems to be validated by means of state
spaces of their OOPN-based models.",
  chapter="40353",
  number="3",
  volume="16",
  year="2001",
  month="january",
  pages="183--193",
  type="journal article - other"
}