A primer on the Petri Net Markup Language and ISO / IEC 15909-2 ∗

  title={A primer on the Petri Net Markup Language and ISO / IEC 15909-2 ∗},
  author={Lom-Messan Hillah and Ekkart Kindler and Fabrice Kordon and Laure Petrucci and Nicolas Tr{\`e}ves},
In 2000, there was a workshop [1] that should foster the definition of a standard transfer format for Petri nets as a satellite event of the annual ‘Petri Net Conference’ in Aarhus. As a result of this first workshop, after many other discussions and meetings, the Petri Net Markup Language (PNML) is about to be finally adopted as ISO/IEC 15909-2. Over the years, PNML has evolved and, unfortunately, there are many different intermediate versions and variants, that are still in use. With this… CONTINUE READING
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