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Handbook of Research on Discrete Event Simulation Environments
The design of dynamic (adaptable) discrete-event systems calls for adequate modeling formalisms and tools able to manage possible changes occurring during system's lifecycle. A common approach is to pollute design with details that do not regard the current system behavior, rather its evolution. That hampers analysis, reuse and maintenance in general. A Petri net based reflective model (based on classical PN) was recently proposed to support dynamic discrete-event system's design, and wasdoi:10.4018/978-1-60566-774-4.ch009 fatcat:udxo7vrdynghpicqxeo7cekbby