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Combined use of finite-state machines and petri nets for modelling communicating processes

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2 Author(s)
A. Pattavina ; University of Rome, INFOCOM Department, Roma, Italy ; S. Trigila

In order to model and verify systems of concurrent processes (such as those involved in communication protocols), finite-state machines and Petri nets can be used as local and global models, respectively. The problem of composing a set of communicating finite-state machines into a single global Petri net is considered in the letter with special attention to the case of more than two processes.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 22 )