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Petri Nets: Manufacturing and Computer Science

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Petri Nets: Manufacturing and Computer Science
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535107002
Number of pages: 492

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The present monograph focuses on Petri Nets applications in two main areas: manufacturing and computer science. The theory of Petri Nets is still developing: some directions of investigations are presented in this volume.

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