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

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This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the twentieth overseas convention on program and concept of Petri Nets, ICATPN'99, held in Williamsburg, Virginia, united states, in June 1999.
The 21 revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously chosen from forty five submissions. additionally integrated are 3 invited displays. The e-book offers cutting-edge examine effects on all present points of Petri nets in addition to complicated purposes in quite a few parts.

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Given the PN in Fig. 1(a), sparse encoding requires 8 variables for invariant I1 and 6 variables for I2 . Using the proposed dense encoding only 3 variables are required for each invariant. Invariant I1 will be encoded first because we obtain an improvement of 5 variables with respect to the sparse technique. When each potential marking has been encoded it is possible to derive the encoding function EIi : P × IN → Fn that characterizes when a place holds a number k of tokens (n = VIi ). e. EIi (pj , k) = EIi (Cl ) .

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