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aminer

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About Petri Nets ...
« on: August 10, 2012, 08:00:29 pm »

Hello,


The demand for high availability and reliability of computer and software systems
has led to a formal verification of such systems. There are two principal approaches
to formal verification: model checking and theorem proving. I will talk about Petri Nets
and how to model parallel programs and how to exploit verification tools as Tina and
Romeo to verify the properties such as liveleness of the system. I will restrict the
discussion to so-called "1-conservative" Petri Nets, in which the capacity of each
place is assumed to be 1, and each edge will remove exactly one mark from a net if
it leads from a place to a transition and add exactly one when it leads from a transition
to a place.


Please read more here:

http://pages.videotron.com/aminer/PetriNet/formal.htm


You can download Tina from:

http://projects.laas.fr/tina//projects.php

and Romeo from:

http://romeo.rts-software.org/



Sincerely,
Amine Moulay Ramdane.


 

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