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  • State space arc marking menus << CPN Tools Homepage
    Getting Started Documentation Support Contact Book creator Add this page to your book Book creator Remove this page from your book Show modify book 22 page s Help State space arc marking menus for state space arcs for state space

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/gui/markingmenu/state_space_arc_marking_m (2016-04-26)
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  • State space node marking menu << CPN Tools Homepage
    this page to your book Book creator Remove this page from your book Show modify book 22 page s Help State space node marking menu for active state space nodes for active state space nodes in group for inactive state

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/gui/markingmenu/state_space_node_marking (2016-04-26)
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  • Subpage marking menu << CPN Tools Homepage
    Contact Publications Loading Home Download Getting Started Documentation Support Contact Book creator Add this page to your book Book creator Remove this page from your book Show modify book 22 page s Help Subpage marking menu Clone SubpageTag Delete Subpage

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/gui/markingmenu/subpage_marking_menu (2016-04-26)
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  • Transition marking menus << CPN Tools Homepage
    Contact Book creator Add this page to your book Book creator Remove this page from your book Show modify book 22 page s Help Transition marking menus consist of the following entries Add surrounding places Bind manually Clone Elements Clone

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/gui/markingmenu/transition_marking_menu (2016-04-26)
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  • Marking menus << CPN Tools Homepage
    and release the mouse button To make the menu go away without selecting anything move the cursor to the center of the menu or outside the pie so no entry is highlighted and release the mouse button For example you can close a binder by selecting the menu item to the left of the Binder menu Marking menus are designed to help you select entries very quickly One advantage of the circular menus is that the body learns directions better than distances This means that dragging the mouse in a certain direction to locate a menu entry in a circular marking menu is faster than moving a certain distance down a list to an entry in a traditional linear menu You may also select items without displaying the menu Click the right button and make a quick gesture a mark in the direction of the desired item You will see a trail of ink and if the gesture corresponds to a valid menu item the command will be executed and the name will appear For example the following shows the result of a mark to the top right on the page background to create a transition The transition appears with its center where the marking gesture started If the gesture is not recognized the text Unknown Mark will be displayed instead of the command name and nothing will happen If you stop in the middle of the gesture the marking menu will pop up and you can select the desired item as before Note that you use the same gesture in marking mode i e without seeing the menu as in pop up mode This means that you do not have to learn separate shortcuts to work more efficiently you simply speed up the gesture and when you do it

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/gui/markingmenu/start?do=addtobook (2016-04-26)
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  • Marking menus << CPN Tools Homepage
    into the desired slice so it highlights and release the mouse button To make the menu go away without selecting anything move the cursor to the center of the menu or outside the pie so no entry is highlighted and release the mouse button For example you can close a binder by selecting the menu item to the left of the Binder menu documentation selectentry jpg Close binder Marking menus are designed to help you select entries very quickly One advantage of the circular menus is that the body learns directions better than distances This means that dragging the mouse in a certain direction to locate a menu entry in a circular marking menu is faster than moving a certain distance down a list to an entry in a traditional linear menu You may also select items without displaying the menu Click the right button and make a quick gesture a mark in the direction of the desired item You will see a trail of ink and if the gesture corresponds to a valid menu item the command will be executed and the name will appear For example the following shows the result of a mark to the top right

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/gui/markingmenu/start?do=edit&rev= (2016-04-26)
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  • Monitors << CPN Tools Homepage
    and nothing else needs to be done Finally when Simulation stop criteria have been met some additional information such as the number of steps executed in the simulation should be added to the file Monitoring subnets Each monitor is associated with a relevant set of places and transitions from a net This is the subnet that the monitor can examine and extract information from during a simulation Each monitor can be associated with Zero or more places and Zero or more transitions This means that a monitor can be associated with no nodes in the net all nodes in the net or any relevant subset of the nodes in the net Monitoring transitions If a monitor is associated with one or more transitions then the monitor can check if the relevant condition is fulfilled after any one of the transitions occurs If the relevant condition is fulfilled and then the monitor will take appropriate actions e g extracting information from the subnet and doing something relevant with the information When a transition that is not associated with a particular monitor occurs that monitor will not have any access to the information regarding the transition and the monitor will not be able to check if the relevant condition is fulfilled For each transition that is associated with a monitor the monitor will be able to determine which transition occurred in a simulation step and it will also be able to examine the bindings of all of the variables on the arcs surrounding the transition If a monitor is associated with zero transitions then the monitor will be able to check if the relevant condition is fulfilled after every simulation step However such a monitor will not be able to access any information about the transitions that occur during a simulation Monitoring places If a monitor is associated with one or more places then the monitor can examine the tokens on each of the places The monitor can examine the markings of the places before a simulation starts during a simulation and when a simulation stops A marking of a place is a multi set of values from the color set of the place If the monitor is associated with at least one transition then the monitor can examine the tokens on the places only when one of the associated transitions occurs during a simulation If the monitor is associated with zero transitions then the monitor can examine the tokens on the places after every simulation step Example of a monitored subnet In the example the write in file monitor would be associated with one place and two transitions The monitor does not need to examine any of the other transitions or places in the net Below is a group containing the relevant subnet for the write in file monitor When either the Send Packet or the Transmit Packet transition occurs then the monitor can check to see if the relevant condition is fulfilled If the Send Packet transition occurs then the

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/tasks/performance/monitors/start (2016-04-26)
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  • Random distribution functions << CPN Tools Homepage
    definitions Random number generator A function that generates numbers that are uniformly distributed over the interval 0 1 Random variate generator A function that generates numbers whose probability distribution is different from that of the uniform on the interval 0 1 Random variate generators Below is a brief summary of the random number generators that are available Click on a function name to see a more detailed explanation bernoulli p real int raises Bernoulli exception if p 0 0 or p 1 0 binomial n int p real int raises Binomial exception if n 1 or p 0 0 or p 1 0 chisq n int real raises Chisq exception if n 1 discrete a int b int int raises Discrete exception if a b erlang n int r real real raises Erlang exception if n 1 or r 0 0 exponential r real real raises Exponential exception if r 0 0 normal n real v real real raises Normal exception if v 0 0 poisson m real int raises Poisson exception if m 0 0 student n int real raises Student exception if n 1 uniform a real b real real raises Uniform exception if a b rayleigh s

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/tasks/performance/random/start (2016-04-26)
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