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Petriscript
PetriScript is a modelling language for Petri nets, designed by Alexandre Hamez and Xavier Renault.[1] The CPN-AMI platform provides many tools to work on Petri nets, such as verifying or model-checking tools.[2] It was easily possible to graphically design simple Petri nets with Macao, but various works made internally at LIP6 reveal that it was needed to automate such task.[3] Therefore, PetriScript has been designed to provide some facilities in modelling places-transition and coloured Petri nets within the CPN-AMI platform. Its main purpose is to automate modelling operations on Petri nets such as merging, creating, and connecting nodes. Thus, it supports almost everything needed like macros, loops control, lists, string and arithmetic expressions, and avoids to the maximum the intervention of the user
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Petri Net
A Petri net, also known as a place/transition (PT) net, is one of several mathematical modeling languages for the description of distributed systems. It is a class of discrete event dynamic system. A Petri net
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is a directed bipartite graph, in which the nodes represent transitions (i.e. events that may occur, represented by bars) and places (i.e. conditions, represented by circles). The directed arcs describe which places are pre- and/or postconditions for which transitions (signified by arrows). Some sources[1] state that Petri nets were invented in August 1939 by Carl Adam Petri—at the age of 13—for the purpose of describing chemical processes. Like industry standards such as UML activity diagrams, Business Process Model and Notation and EPCs, Petri nets offer a graphical notation for stepwise processes that include choice, iteration, and concurrent execution
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CPN-AMI
CPN-AMI is a computer-aided software engineering environment based on Petri Net specifications. It provides the ability to specify the behavior of a distributed system—and to evaluate properties such as invariants (preservation of resources), absence of deadlocks, liveness, or temporal logic properties (relations between events in the system). CPN-AMI relies on AMI-Nets, that are well-formed Petri nets with syntactic facilities. Well Formed Petri nets were jointly elaborated between the University of Paris 6 (Université P. & M. Curie) and the University of Torino in the early 1990s. This Petri net class supports symbolic techniques for model checking, and thus provides a very compressed way to store all states of a system. See also[edit]Well-formed Petri net PetriscriptExternal links[edit]More information about CPN-AMI. BNF of AMI-NetThis programming-tool-related article is a stub
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Petriscript
PetriScript is a modelling language for Petri nets, designed by Alexandre Hamez and Xavier Renault.[1] The CPN-AMI platform provides many tools to work on Petri nets, such as verifying or model-checking tools.[2] It was easily possible to graphically design simple Petri nets with Macao, but various works made internally at LIP6 reveal that it was needed to automate such task.[3] Therefore, PetriScript has been designed to provide some facilities in modelling places-transition and coloured Petri nets within the CPN-AMI platform. Its main purpose is to automate modelling operations on Petri nets such as merging, creating, and connecting nodes. Thus, it supports almost everything needed like macros, loops control, lists, string and arithmetic expressions, and avoids to the maximum the intervention of the user
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