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By Pravin Varaiya (auth.), Susanna Donatelli, Jetty Kleijn (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the twentieth overseas convention on program and conception of Petri Nets, ICATPN'99, held in Williamsburg, Virginia, united states, in June 1999.
The 21 revised complete papers awarded have been conscientiously chosen from forty five submissions. additionally incorporated are 3 invited displays. The ebook provides state of the art examine effects on all present facets of Petri nets in addition to complicated purposes in numerous components.

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The subset of the invariant that has been already encoded will be depicted in a rectangular root node in which each outgoing arc to its child is labeled with the number of tokens already assigned to places (in Fig. 5 no place has been encoded, hence 0 is assigned to the root node and its arc). For both invariants I1 and I2 in (1) there exists 10 and 9 total token configurations respectively, as shown in Fig. 5. In order to characterize the token configurations that may lead to potential markings, we define the potential marking function for an invariant Ii as: P MIi : 2Pi ×IN → {0, 1} ; where Pi is the set of places in Ii .

Given the selected encoding, calculate the transition relation of the PN and the RS by using symbolic traversal techniques. 4 Encoding Safe Petri Nets This section proposes an encoding scheme that is based on the fact that safe PNs can be decomposed into one-token SM-Components. The places in each SM can be encoded separately using a logarithmic encoding technique. After combining the variables in each invariant, the result is a reduced number of Boolean variables compared to the conventional sparse techniques.

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