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This monograph offers a good written and obviously prepared advent within the usual tools of discrete, non-stop and hybrid Petri Nets. ranging from the fundamentals of Petri nets the publication imparts a correct knowing of constant and hybrid Petri Nets. keeping the consistency of simple thoughts through the textual content it introduces a unified framework for all of the types awarded. The booklet is a systematic monograph in addition to a didactic educational that is effortless to appreciate because of many routines with strategies, distinctive figures and a number of other case reports. It demonstrates that Petri nets are a deep, functional and alive box very important for researchers, engineers and graduate scholars in engineering and laptop science.

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This PN would thus be bounded with this initial marking. 3a shows that the PN is bounded whatever m0 (irrespective of the evolution, the number of tokens remains constant). An unmarked PN is said to be structurally bounded if for all initial finite marking, the marked PN is bounded. 1 If a PN is unbounded for m 0, it is unbounded for m 0  m 0. 2. The concept of a bounded PN applies to all the abbreviations and extensions. The concept of a safe PN could apply to all the abbreviations and extensions (but with slight differences), with the exception of the continuous PNs since the place markings are not integers.

M. 9. The structural conflict K1 = P2, {T1, T 2} exists in Figures a to c. In Figure a, the current marking m 1 only enables transition T 1 and there is thus no effective conflict. In Figure b, both conflict transitions are enabled but there are two tokens in P2; thus there is no effective conflict since both transitions can be fired. In Figure c, the marking enables T 1 and T 2 but since there is only one token in P2, there is an effective conflict KE  = P2, {T1, T 2}, m3. In Figure d, although there is an effective conflict, the structure is particular.

8d to f. A complementary place is added to P2, known as place P2 , whose marking is also complementary to the capacity of P2. That is to say m( P2 )=Cap(P 2) – m(P2). Thus, when m(P2) = Cap(P2), we have m( P2 ) = 0 and transition T1 is no longer enabled. In the general case, a place Pi  whose marking is complementary to this capacity is associated with a place Pi whose capacity Cap(Pi ) is finite. All the input transitions of Pi are output transitions of Pi  and vice versa. 8 Illustration of a finite capacity PN.

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