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Title of paper: Generalized net model of an online submission system
Vassia Atanassova
Bioinformatics and Mathematical Modelling Dept., IBPhBME, Bulgarian Academy Sciences, 2 “Acad. G. Bonchev” Str., Sofia–1113, Bulgaria
Intelligent Systems Dept., IICT, Bulgarian Academy Sciences
Presented at: 13th IWGN, London, 29 October 2012
Published in: Conference proceedings, pages 24—33
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Abstract: An application model of an online submission system is constructed, using the apparatus of generalized nets. The aim is to show how the online submission system provider, the conference organizers and the end users (in their different roles of authors or reviewers) interact and exchange information, and to locate certain aspects of these interactions that can be subjects of improvement. Using different characteristics of its information carriers, the model can be tuned to serve the needs of either the online submission system provider or the conference provider. This may include some traits of proactive intelligent behaviour of the model, which is able to locate certain problems that end users may suffer and timely prompt the respective service provider to solve them or take appropriate decisions. Thus, the model serves as a simple but illustrative example of various possibilities offered by the apparatus of generalized nets for description and management of parallel processes in a context which should be rather familiar to all readers.
Keywords: Generalized nets, Online submission systems, Human-machine interface.
AMS Classification: 68Q85.
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