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Title: Siphon-Based Deadlock Prevention Policy for Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Authors: Yi-Sheng Huang;MuDer Jeng;Xiaolan Xie;Da-Hsiang Chung
Contributors: NTOU:Department of Electrical Engineering
Keywords: Deadlock;Petri nets;manufacturing systems;siphon
Date: 2006-11
Issue Date: 2011-10-21T02:38:32Z
Publisher: accepted by IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics – Part A
Abstract: Abstract:A siphon-based algorithm for deadlock prevention of a type of Petri nets called S3PMR, which is a subclass of S3PGR2, is presented in this correspondence. The proposed method is an iterative approach by adding two kinds of control places called ordinary control (OC) places and weighted control (WC) places to the original model to prevent siphons from being unmarked. An OC place with ordinary arcs, which optimally prevent a siphon from becoming unmarked, is employed whenever it is possible, and otherwise, the WC places that adopt a conservative policy of controlling the release of parts into the system are used. Furthermore, this algorithm is not only for the subclass Petri nets but also for S3PR, ES 3PR, S2LSPR, and S3PGR2 nets. The authors prove the liveness and reversibility of the controlled net, and hence establish the correctness of the deadlock prevention policy. Finally, numerical experiments indicate that the proposed policy appears to be more permissive than closely related approaches in the literature
Relation: 36(6), pp.1248-1256
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/28618
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