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Petri net models of latch metastability

Petri net models of latch metastability

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Data communication between concurrent processes often employs shared latch circuitry which may display metastable transients when the processes are not synchronised. A method of deriving discrete Petri net models for such latches is proposed. The representation includes both the local onset of metastability and the effects of metastable input signals.

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