Marked Graph

A marked graph is a Petri net in which every place has exactly one incoming arc, and exactly one outgoing arc. This means, that there can not be conflict, but there can be concurrency. Mathematically: . Marked graphs are used mostly to mathematically represent concurrently running operations, such as a multiprocessor machine's internal process state.

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Marked Graph - Example
... This example presents a Marked Graph, where a process is forked at transition T1 and synchronised at T4 ...

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