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- Roberto Gorrieri:
A Study on Team Bisimulations for BPP Nets. Petri Nets 2020: 153-175
- Xiaoju Dong, Yuxi Fu, Daniele Varacca:
Place Bisimulation and Liveness for Open Petri Nets. SETTA 2016: 1-17
- Ahmet A. Husainov:
Homology and Bisimulation of Asynchronous Transition Systems and Petri Nets. CoRR abs/1307.5377 (2013)
- Mariken H. C. Everdij, Henk A. P. Blom:
Bisimulation Relations Between Automata, Stochastic Differential Equations and Petri Nets. FMA 2009: 1-15
- Vladimir A. Bashkin, Irina A. Lomazova:
Petri nets and resource bisimulation. Fundam. Informaticae 55(2): 101-114 (2003)
- Philippe Schnoebelen, Natalia Sidorova:
Bisimulation and the Reduction of Petri Nets. ICATPN 2000: 409-423
- Mogens Nielsen, Glynn Winskel:
Petri Nets and Bisimulation. Theor. Comput. Sci. 153(1&2): 211-244 (1996)
- Petr Jancar, Javier Esparza:
Deciding Finiteness of Petri Nets Up To Bisimulation. ICALP 1996: 478-489
- Wilfried Quivrin-Pfister:
Des bisimulations de places pour la réduction des réseaux de Petri. (Place bisimulations for the reduction of Petri nets). Grenoble Institute of Technology, France, 1995
- Cyril Autant, Philippe Schnoebelen:
Place Bisimulations in Petri Nets. Application and Theory of Petri Nets 1992: 45-61
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