Universität Rostock, 2021
Abstract: Petri net synthesis asks, for a regular behavior given as a transition system A, whether there exists a Petri net (of a particular class) that implements A. This work investigates variants of this decision problem for different implementations and a variety of Petri net classes from the point of view of classical and parameterized complexity. Also investigated is the complexity of the modification techniques of relabeling and edge, event, and state deletion, which aim to make non-implementable transition systems implementable.
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