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Bordbar, Behzad; Giacomini, Luisa; Holding, David J. (2000)
Publisher: IEEE
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: QA76
This paper presents a modification to UML, to model and analyse discrete-event\ud dynamic systems (DEDSs) representing Manufacturing systems. It shows how Petri Nets\ud can be used to improve the representation and analysis of the dynamic model of a system\ud specified using UML. Finally the technique is illustrated by its application to a simplified\ud production line.
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