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Conflict Equivalence of Branching Processes

Abstract : For concurrent and large systems, specification step is a crucial point. Combinatory explosion is a limit that can be encountered when a state space exploration is driven on large specification modeled with Petri nets. Considering bounded Petri nets, technics like unfolding can be a way to cope with this problem. This paper is a first attempt to present an axiomatic model to produce the set of processes of unfoldings into a canonic form. This canonic form allows to define a conflict equivalence.
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David Delfieu, Maurice Comlan, Medesu Sogbohossou. Conflict Equivalence of Branching Processes. International Journal On Advances in Systems and Measurements, IARIA, 2015, 8 (1&2), pp.85-203. ⟨hal-01111155⟩

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