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Workflow Management: Models, Methods, and Systems by Wil van der Aalst

By Wil van der Aalst

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If there is a precondition, then this must be defined precisely. • The number of tokens produced per output place during each firing. This number may depend upon the values of the tokens consumed. • The values of the tokens produced. This, too, may depend upon the values of the tokens consumed. Depending upon the objective for which the Petri net has been produced, the transitions are specified by a piece of text, a few lines of pseudo-code, a formal specification, or a subroutine in a programming language.

If there is more than one transition with the same enabling time, a non-deterministic choice in made. Moreover, the firing of one transition may affect the enabling time of another. If a transition fires and tokens are produced, then each of these is given a timestamp equal to or later than the time of firing. The tokens produced thus are given a delay that is determined by the firing transition. The timestamp of a produced token is equal to the time of firing plus this delay. The length of the delay may depend upon the value of the tokens consumed.

3. " It was during this period that the next bottleneck in system development appeared. Because we were developing more and more interactive software, a great deal of time was being spent developing user interfaces. Originally these were designed by the developers screen by screen, field by field. Not only did this take up a lot of time, but also each designer had her own style, which meant that every system had to operate in a different way. There are now user-interface management systems (UIMS) that solve both these problems: a user interface can be defined rapidly and the designer is "invited" to do this in a standard way.

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