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Is Norway an information society?
(Conference object, 2010)
Information Society can be loosely defined as a society integrated by complex communication networks that rapidly develop and exchange information. Information society is becoming an earthly phenomenon and the goal of every ...
Representing Resources in Petri Net Models: Hardwiring or Soft-coding?
(Conference object, 2011)
This paper presents an interesting design problem in developing a new tool for discrete-event dynamic systems (DEDS). A new tool known as GPenSIM was developed for modeling and simulation of DEDS; GPenSIM is based on Petri ...
Revisiting Petri Net Modeling of the Cigarette Smokers' Problem: A GPenSIM Approach
(Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2013-11)
Petri Nets is a family of modeling formalisms, with different interpretations and abstraction levels; the Petri nets family of modeling formalisms includes ordinary Petri Net, generalized Petri Net, and also all other ...
Activity-Oriented Petri Net for scheduling of resources
(Conference object, 2012-10)
This work presents a new methodology for modeling discrete systems in which activities compete for resources. The new methodology known as Activity-Oriented Petri Net (AOPN) allows modelers to concentrate on modeling ...