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Discrete event simulation of distributed systems using stochastic Petri nets

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3 Author(s)
Narahari, Y. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci. & Autom., Indian Inst. of Sci., Bangalore, India ; Suryanarayanan, K. ; Reddy, N.V.S.

In the context of discrete event simulation, the authors show that SPNs (stochastic Petri nets) provide a natural model because transitions represent the events and the SPN incorporates a considerable amount of information about the set of events that can occur when the process is in a particular state and about the sets of `new events' and `old events' when a transition occurs in a particular state. Also, the marking process of an SPN is a generalized semi-Markov process which is the usual model for the underlying stochastic process of a discrete event simulation. A software package has been developed in the language C, for discrete event simulation based on SPNs

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TENCON '89. Fourth IEEE Region 10 International Conference

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22-24 Nov 1989

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