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A Petri Net and Its Graph of Markings A Dynamic and Interactive PDF Form Application

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Given a Petri Net with a marking and its graph of markings, it may be difficult for the reader to ascertain which node in the graph of markings the current marking belongs. It may also be difficult for the reader to simulate in his or her mind or on
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  A Petri Net and Its Graph of Markings A Dynamic and Interactive PDF Form Application By John Frederick Chionglo  jfchionglo@yahoo.ca  •  Brgy. Sta. Teresita, Quezon City, Philippines •  1114 Given a Petri Net with a marking and its graph of markings, it may be difficult for the reader to ascertain which node in the graph of markings the current marking belongs. It may also be difficult for the reader to simulate in his or her mind or on paper the evolution of markings in the Petri Net diagram when an enabled transition fires. One way to mitigate these difficulties would be to provide a dynamic and interactive Petri Net and graph of markings where the corresponding node in the graph of markings is highlighted for the current marking and the marks in the Petri Net diagram change in response to the firing of transitions – Figure 1 is PDF form application with these features. Figure 1 Dynamic and Interactive Petri Net Diagram and Its Graph of Markings (David and Alla, 2005) Reference David, R. and Alla, H. (2005). Fig. 2.16 Another example of a graph of markings, pg. 38 in Discrete, Continuous and Hybrid Petri Nets [electronic version]. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer. Postscript Note This is a PDF form application that uses JavaScript® and the Acrobat®/JavaScript API. To take advantage of the controlled animations found in Figure 1 use a PDF reader (such as Adobe® Acrobat and Adobe Reader®) that supports these technologies. Development Environment Operating System : Windows 10; Authoring Software : Notepad, Word 2013, PowerPoint 2013, Acrobat Pro. About the Author John Frederick Chionglo develops JavaScript programs that use the Acrobat/JavaScript API for PDF form applications. The programs may be used in several contexts or levels such as field, page, document, folder, action wizard or batch, and console. He also conducts research and development in the application of Petri Nets (Net Elements and Annotations in particular) to computer programming. He is a member of several social networking sites such as Academia.edu, Researchgate.net, LinkedIn.com and Slideshare.net. To find some more of his other works, search the Internet using the keywords “Acrobat”, “JavaScript” and “Petri Nets”. Mar. 2, 2018Page 1 of 1
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