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Reachability of nonsynchronized choice Petri nets and its applications


, : Reachability of nonsynchronized choice Petri nets and its applications. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics. Part B, Cybernetics 35(6): 1203-1213

A new local structure called a second-order structure was proposed to generate a new class of nets called synchronized choice nets (SNC). SNC covers well-behaved free choice nets. Reachability is no longer P-Space hard problem, but can be solved with polynomial time complexity. How to extend them to non-SNC and its application to deadlock detection in flexible manufacturing systems are discussed.

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