pm4py.evaluation.soundness.woflan.graphs.restricted_coverability_graph package

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pm4py.evaluation.soundness.woflan.graphs.restricted_coverability_graph.restricted_coverability_graph module

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pm4py.evaluation.soundness.woflan.graphs.restricted_coverability_graph.restricted_coverability_graph.check_for_smaller_marking(marking, coverability_graph, index, current_node, look_up_indices)[source]
pm4py.evaluation.soundness.woflan.graphs.restricted_coverability_graph.restricted_coverability_graph.check_if_transition_unique(marking, graph, transition)[source]
pm4py.evaluation.soundness.woflan.graphs.restricted_coverability_graph.restricted_coverability_graph.construct_tree(net, initial_marking)[source]

Construct a restricted coverability marking. For more information, see the thesis “Verification of WF-nets”, 4.3. :param net: :param initial_marking: :return:

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