Time and Petri Nets By Louchka Popova-Zeugmann
2013 edition (November 18, 2013) | 205 Pages | ISBN: 3642411142 | PDF | 3 MB
At first glance the concepts of time and of Petri nets are quite contrary: while time determines the occurrences of events in a system, classic Petri nets consider their causal relationships and they represent events as concurrent systems. But if we take a closer look at how time and causality are intertwined we realize that there are many possible ways in which time and Petri nets interact. This book takes a closer look at three time-dependent Petri nets: Time Petri nets, Timed Petri nets, and Petri nets with time windows.