Cell Petri Net Concepts

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Cell Petri Net Concepts

Based on the Petri net definitions and theorems already formalized in [8], with this article, we developed the concept of "Cell Petri Nets". It is based on [9]. In a cell Petri net we introduce the notions of colors and colored states of a Petri net, connecting mappings for linking two Petri nets, firing rules for transitions, and the synthesis of two or more Petri nets.

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