International Journal of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
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International Journal of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Vol.1, No.2, Nov. 2016, Pub. Date: Sep. 8, 2016
The Modelling of the Synchronization Problem with Colored Petri Nets
Pages: 56-60 Views: 646 Downloads: 266
Authors
[01] Goharik R. Petrosyan, International Scientific-Educational Center of the National Academy of Sciences, Yerevan, the Republic of Armenia.
Abstract
The work is done to show the modeling of Patil synchronization problem with the support of Colored Petri Net, which was impossible to present with well known P and V operations or through Classical Petri Net [1], as the limitation of the mentioned mathematical properties does not allow to model the mechanisms, where the process must be synchronized with optimal allocation of resources. The work explains the modeling features of the synchronization function with Colored Petri Net. There is a detailed description of Patil proposal on synchronization issue of cigarette smokers with Colored Petri Net (Fig. 2.), which shows due to what exact properties of expansion occurred (guarding types to positions and tokens, guarding logical expressions to transitions and arcs, importing of high-level special properties, special for programming languages) and how to manage the process of resolving such problems through modern mechanisms of modeling. The described model below illustrates the most important qualities of the Colored Petri Net which allows to increase the potential for modeling with Colored Petri Net, and gives possibility of modelling for more detailed examination for such problems.
Keywords
Synchronization Problem, Colored Petri Net, P and V Operations, Classical Petri Net, The Cigarette Smoker’s Problem, Token, Position, Transition, Arc, Guard
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