Creating executable models of influence nets with colored Petri nets

@article{Wagenhals1998CreatingEM,
  title={Creating executable models of influence nets with colored Petri nets},
  author={Lee W. Wagenhals and Insub Shin and Alexander H. Levis},
  journal={International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer},
  year={1998},
  volume={2},
  pages={168-181}
}
This paper describes a methodology for converting an influence net to a dynamic executable model, implemented using the colored Petri net (CPN) formalism and tools, so that it can be used to assess the impact of a set of controllable events or actions on outcomes of interest; specifically, assess the impact of various sequences and timing of those actionable events. With this methodology, alternative courses of action, first defined using influence nets, which are static equilibrium models, can… CONTINUE READING
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