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By Rüdiger Valk (auth.), Jörg Desel, Manuel Silva (eds.)

This quantity includes the court cases of the nineteenth annual foreign convention on program and conception of Petri Nets. the purpose of the Petri web convention is to create a discussion board for the dissemination of the newest ends up in the appliance and idea of Petri nets. it usually happens within the final week of June. mostly there are one hundred fifty - 2 hundred members. approximately one 3rd of those come from whereas the remaining are from universities and examine associations. The meetings and several other actions are coordinated through a guidance committee with the subsequent participants: G. Balbo (Italy), J. Billington (Australia), G. DeMichelis(Italy),C. Girault(France),K. Jensen (Denmark), S. Kumagai (Japan), T. Murata (USA), C. A. Petri (Germany; honorary member), W. Reisig (Germany), G. Roucairol (France), G. Rozenberg (The Netherlands; chairman), M. Silva (Spain). The nineteenth convention has been equipped for the rst time in Portugal, by means of the dept of electric Engineering of the school of Sciences and expertise of the recent college of Lisbon, including the guts for clever Robotics of UNINOVA. It happens in Lisbon whilst EXPO’98, the final international exhibition of the twentieth century.

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Thanks to P. -M. -M. Colom for discussions on structural invariants for synchronized products. References 1. A. Arnold. Finite transition systems. Semantics of communicating sytems. PrenticeHall, 1994. 2. A. Arnold, D. B´egay, P. Crubill´e. Construction and analysis of transition systems with MEC. , 1994. it/person/ChiolaG/ Abstract. The exploitation of symmetries for the reachability analysis of SPNs was recognized as a necessary step to handle reasonably complex models right from the beginning.

On processes of object petri nets. Bericht 185/96, Fachbereich Informatik, Universit¨ at Hamburg, 1996. 19. R. Valk. Concurrency in communicating object petri nets. In F. A. Agha, editor, to appear in: Advances in Petri Nets, LNCS. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1998. Synchronized Products of Transition Systems and Their Analysis Andr´e Arnold LaBRI, Universit´e Bordeaux I and CNRS (UMR 5800) Abstract. Petri Nets and the synchronized products of transition systems introduced by Arnold and Nivat are two closely related models of concurrent systems.

7. ” If the answer was “yes”, then the GSPN model adopting this abstract view of the system state generated a correctly lumped Markov chain as compared to the one generated by the “detailed” GSPN model. Otherwise the model had to be “refined” in order to encode some additional information in the state of the reduced GSPN so as to make the system Markovian (remember that a stochastic system is Markovian if the information encoded in its current state is sufficient to determine its future behavior, so that a complete knowledge of the history that yielded to the current state is not needed).

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