Articulation of Transition Systems and Its Application to Petri Net Synthesis
In order to speed up the synthesis of Petri nets from labelled transition systems, a divide and conquer strategy consists in defining LTS decomposition techniques and corresponding PN composition operators to recombine the solutions of the various components. The paper explores how an articulation decomposition, possibly combined with a product and addition technique developed in previous papers, may be used in this respect and generalises sequence operators, as well as looping ones.
KeywordsLabelled transition systems Composition Decomposition Petri net synthesis
The author thanks Eike Best as well as the anonymous referees for their useful remarks and suggestions.
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