Modular Synthesis of Petri Nets
The chapter is concentrated on behavioral and structural specification of reconfigurable logic controllers (RLC). The initial description is given as a hierarchical modular control interpreted Petri net . On the abstract level of the logic synthesis a specification is written in formal propositional Gentzen sequent language. Rapid modeling in FPGA can be done directly from rule-based expressions, written in a hardware description language, for example in VHDL.
KeywordsSequents Gentzen logic Petri net Logic synthesis Logic controllers
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