By W. Vogler (eds.)
Petri nets are a widely known version for parallel structures, used for either functions and theoretical experiences. they are often used for specification, modelling, and research, and supply a graphical illustration and a transparent view of concurrency. For the layout of huge structures, modular building is indispensible, and enormous attempt has been spent on learning themodular development of Petri nets. This ebook stories the modular building of nets, and particularly the top-down layout of nets by way of motion refinement. compatible habit descriptions are awarded and detailed care is taken to justify those descriptions via exhibiting that theyare invaluable below average specification requisites. specifically, itis proven that partial-order semantics is important to help motion refinement.
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43) ∀P ∀x,y∈DS[ [P(x) ∧ P(y)] → P(x∪Sy) ] It has been proposed by Krifka (1986, 1989, 1992, 1998) and pursued by Landman (1996, 2000) that the denotations of all thematic relations are cumulative, which Kratzer (forthcoming) refers to as the Cumulativity Universal. Cumulativity as a property of relations between individuals and events is defined in (44). 17 Let us examine a slightly modified example 17. Strictly speaking, neo-Davidsonian thematic roles are functions (see shortly below). The Cumulativity Universal concerns the denotation of simple predi- Classification in the verbal domain 29 taken from Kratzer (forthcoming): suppose that John dug a hole, Mary placed a tree in the hole, and Bill covered the roots with soil, and that the entire planting-a-tree event is the sum of these three subevents.
When a VP lacks a plural marker, there is no way of telling whether the VP is semantically pluralized by the covert *-operator. Put differently, a VP without a plural marker can always be understood as being semantically pluralized. An exception to this generalization is a telic VP that denotes a singleoccurrence event such as kill Peter: assuming that Peter may die only once, the killing-Peter event can occur only once. That is, the extension of kill 20. Just like mass NPs, minimal parts of atelic VPs are somewhat vague (see Rothstein 2004, for instance).