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  • Access/CPN << CPN Tools Homepage
    engine Almost always cosimulation engine engine highlevel model Performs cosimulation between CPN models and Java objects Only if you need to do cosimulation engine proxy engine engine highlevel model Interact with a model loaded using CPN Tools Rarely model tests all other Tests and demo programs Only during development The abridged version You ll almost always need model engine and engine highlevel Pick any of the import export proxy plug ins you need An easy way to use the cosimulation plug in is using http promtools org prom6 ProM recent nightly builds or 6 1 required and the package Cosimulation available from the package manager Examples The model tests plug in contains some demos and test code of Access CPN Here is a quick run down of the different interesting parts default package Misc tests the most interesting is StateSpaceTool which is explained in our paper http dx doi org 10 1007 978 3 642 02424 5 19 The Access CPN Framework A Tool for Interacting with the CPN Tools Simulator see publications for full bibliographical info demos Larger demos in subdirectories demos sillytime Simple example showing importing a model loaded in CPN Tools and updating the GUI of CPN Tools from Java Described in http westergaard eu 2010 08 real time and transition priorities in cpn tools this blog post demos statespacegenerator A parallel state space generator The code is messy but fairly efficient it is possible to generate more than 10 sup 7 sup 10 sup 8 sup states on a standard computer Checking Out Access CPN Using Eclipse You need a recent version of http www eclipse org Eclipse tested with Helios and EMF You need a http subversion tigris org Subversion client for Eclipse Use html a onClick gaq push trackEvent Access Source AccessCPN href https

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/accesscpn/start?do=edit&rev= (2016-04-26)
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  • Access/CPN << CPN Tools Homepage
    Loading Home Download Getting Started Documentation Support Contact Login You are currently not logged in Enter your authentication credentials below to log in You need to have cookies enabled to log in Login Username Password Remember me Forgotten your password

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  • Modeling Business Processes << CPN Tools Homepage
    of a process Finally the book explores analysis of Petri net models to detect design flaws and errors in the design process The text accessible to a broad audience of professionals and students keeps technicalities to a minimum and offers numerous examples to illustrate the concepts covered Exercises at different levels of difficulty make the book ideal for independent study or classroom use Endorsements This book is an absolute must for everyone who wants to learn the state of the art for modeling of business processes by means of colored Petri nets Wil van der Aalst s group at Eindhoven University of Technology is world leading in the field both when it comes to the theoretical foundation and in practical applications and tool support The book can be read with little or no prior knowledge of Petri nets and I highly recommend it both for classes and for individuals It is brilliant Kurt Jensen Aarhus University Denmark This book is about using Petri nets to model business processes in their relation to information systems But it is much more It characterizes different types of information systems based on their capability to support complex business processes It teaches how to translate informal requirements into explicit models and how to cope with changes and adaptation But most importantly it provides an efficient and unambiguous way to translate dynamic complex behavior into static understandable models Petri nets are back again and they are here to stay John Hoogland CEO Pallas Athena International This book is a must read for anybody interested in the foundations of process modeling using Petri nets with dozens of exercises and solutions it also serves as an excellent textbook Mathias Weske Hasso Plattner Institute University of Potsdam Slides supporting the book Introduction Classical Petri nets High level Petri nets

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  • Books << CPN Tools Homepage
    to your book Book creator Remove this page from your book Show modify book 3 page s Help Books There are currently two books about CPNs and CPN Tools available The book of Jensen and Kristensen is about the CPN

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  • Books << CPN Tools Homepage
    Contact This page is read only You can view the source but not change it Ask your administrator if you think this is wrong Books There are currently two books about CPNs and CPN Tools available The books language book of Jensen and Kristensen is about the CPN language and modeling and validating protocols The books modeling book of Van der Aalst and Stahl is about modeling business processes using

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  • Books << CPN Tools Homepage
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  • Graphical User Interface << CPN Tools Homepage
    Book creator Add this page to your book Book creator Remove this page from your book Show modify book 3 page s Help Graphical User Interface The user interface of CPN Tools looks like the picture below Click on any

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/gui/start (2016-04-26)
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  • Palette tools << CPN Tools Homepage
    tool palettes in the same binders as net pages or declarations or vice versa Select the tool you wish to apply by clicking on it with the left button of either input device The tool cell highlights to show which tool is selected The cursor also changes to indicate that you have a tool in the hand Now you can apply the tool with the left button Note that the cursor is dimmed when the mouse is over an object where the tool cannot be applied The tool stays in the hand until you drop it either by accessing the Workspace marking menu and selecting the Drop tool entry by clicking on the cell where you picked up the tool by pressing the escape key Esc on the keyboard or by picking up another tool While a tool is in the hand it is still possible to move objects around this is done with a Long click where you press down the left button on an object and hold it down until the cursor changes to indicate that the move tool is now active When you have moved the object release the mouse button The tool that was in the

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