Timed Discrete-Event Systems are Synchronous Product Structures
In this work, we show that the model of timed discrete-event systems (TDES) proposed by Brandin and Wonham is essentially a synchronous product structure. This resolves an open problem that has remained unaddressed for the past 25 years and has its application in developing a more efficient timed state-tree structures (TSTS) framework. The proof is constructive in the sense that an explicit synchronous production rule is provided to generate a TDES from the activity automaton and the timer automata after a suitable transformation of the model.
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