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Experimental Study of an Algorithm for Controlling the Behavior of a Petri-Net by Setting Priorities for Actions

Student: Anastasiya Sakunova

Supervisor: Irina A. Lomazova

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: System and Software Engineering (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The work is devoted to the experimental study of an algorithm of transformation unbounded and live Petri nets to bounded keeping its liveness. It is needed to make state space finite, so it could be easily computed during modeling. Transforming Petri nets to bounded is useful in various topics where systems with a lot of possible parameters are modeled. During the research it is needed to specify input classes that we are going to experiment with, find out which transformations we can do to produce new examples of the Petri nets for analysis the log the experiment results, and make conclusions about when the algorithm showed itself as useful to reach boundness keeping liveness of not appropriate or need too much time to do calculations. As a result, it is expected to get findings of the examples of algorithm applicability and examples of its calculation limits.

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