**DEVS** abbreviating **Discrete Event System Specification** is a modular and hierarchical formalism for modeling and analyzing general systems that can be discrete event systems which might be described by state transition tables, and continuous state systems which might be described by differential equations, and hybrid continuous state and discrete event systems. DEVS is a timed event system.

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... Less Expressiveness OPNA problem Let a total state of a SP-

**DEVS**- Disadvantages... Less Expressiveness OPNA problem Let a total state of a SP-

**DEVS**model be passive if otherwise, it be active ... One of known SP-**DEVS**'s limitation is a phenomenon that "once an SP-**DEVS**model becomes passive, it never returns to become active (OPNA)". 3(b) are not SP-**DEVS**because the total state associated with "idle" (I), is passive but it moves to an active state, "toast" (T) whose toating time is 20 seconds or 40 ...SP-

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**DEVS**- History... SP-

**DEVS**has been designed to support verification analysis of its networks by guaranting to obtain a finite-vertex reachability graph of the original networks, which had been an open problem of**DEVS**formalism for ... To get such a reachability graph of its networks, SP-**DEVS**has been imposed the three restrictions finiteness of event sets and state set, the lifespan ... Thus, SP-**DEVS**is a sub-class of both**DEVS**and FD-**DEVS**...Variations of

... There are some sub-classes known as Schedule-Preserving

**DEVS**- Restrictions (Subclassing)... There are some sub-classes known as Schedule-Preserving

**DEVS**(SP-**DEVS**) and Finite and Deterministic**DEVS**(FD-**DEVS**) which were designated to support verification ... SP-**DEVS**and FD-**DEVS**whose expressiveness are E(SP-**DEVS**) E(FD-**DEVS**) E(**DEVS**) where E(formalism) denotes the expressiveness of formalism ...SP-

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**DEVS**abbreviating "Schedule-Preserving Discrete Event System Specification" is a formalism for modeling and analyzing discrete event systems in both simulation and verification ways ... SP-**DEVS**also provides modular and hierarchical modeling features which have been inherited from the Classic**DEVS**...Behavior Of

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**DEVS**- Comparison of View1 and View2 - Features of View1... When a

**DEVS**model receives an input event, View1 resets the elapsed time by zero, if the**DEVS**model needs to ignore in terms of the lifepan control ... of is the same as the number of possible input events coming to the**DEVS**model, that is unlimited ... finite-vertex reachability graph of a**DEVS**model, View1 has an advantage of simplicity for treating the elapsed time every time any input event arrives into the**DEVS**model ...Main Site Subjects

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