Diagnosis and diagnosability analysis of Petri nets
Professor Carla Seatzu
University of Cagliari
Friday, February 10, 2012
The existing transportation systems are mostly controlled by humans who are prone to making errors causing collisions, fatalities, and unnecessary traffic congestion. More than 1.3 million road accident fatalities occur world-wide every year. Some of the main causes of traffic accidents are 1) weather and road conditions; 2) drivers and pedestrians being distracted or intoxicated; and 3) the inability of human drivers to predict and react to imminent treats.