A control method for distributed continuous mono-T-semiflow Petri nets

@article{zkan2014ACM,
  title={A control method for distributed continuous mono-T-semiflow Petri nets},
  author={Hanife Apaydin {\"O}zkan and Cristian Mahulea and Jorge J{\'u}lvez and Manuel Silva Su{\'a}rez},
  journal={Int. J. Control},
  year={2014},
  volume={87},
  pages={223-234}
}
A distributed continuous Petri net system (DCPN) is composed of several subsystems that are interconnected through buffers that are origin and destination private (i.e. modelled by places such that its input transitions belong to only one subsystem and its output transitions also belong to only one subsystem). In this framework, the control problem of driving a DCPN from an initial state to a target one is considered. Such a control problem can be divided into two tasks: (1) computation of a… CONTINUE READING

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