Overload Control in a Token Player for a Fuzzy Workflow Management System

Felipe Nedopetalski, Joslaine Cristina Jeske de Freitas

Abstract


The underlying proposal of this work is to control overload of a Token Player in a Fuzzy Workflow Management System. In order to accomplish this, possibility theory is used to measure how much the Token Player can be overloaded. The model used in this work is built using Colored Petri net and the simulation is made using CPN Tools. Finally, is possible to control overload of the Token Player in a Fuzzy Workflow Management System, nevertheless more time is spent to achieve the end of activities.

Keywords


CPN Tools; Workflow Management Systems; Fuzzy; Overload Control; Petri Net

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