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Title: Acclimations of Petri Net Theory in Real-Time System for Hybrid Plant
Authors: B.B Abu Bakar
Keywords: Real-time Modelling for Hybrid Process Plant
Issue Date: Oct-2013
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A real-time system is a computerisation of monitoring and controlling of an external environment. The system must meet various timing and other constraints that are imposed on it by the real-time behaviour of the external world. The difference between real-time software and conventional software is that a real-time program must be both logically and temporally correct. To successfully design and implement a real-time system, some analysis is typically done to ensure that requirement or design are consistent and that they satisfy certain desirable properties that may not be immediately obvious from specification. The executable specifications, prototypes and simulation are particularly useful in the real-time system for debugging. This research paper, propose the acclimations of the Petri net theory for real-time system modelling and automatic code generation for hybrid Roselle extraction plant for Small Medium Enterprise (SME) in Malaysia. The benefits of our proposed approaches are demonstrated by the use of our prototype software tools.
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