A survey on efficient diagnosability tests for automata and bounded Petri nets
Paper i proceeding, 2013
This paper presents a survey and evaluation of the efficiency of polynomial diagnosability algorithms for systems modeled by Petri nets and automata. A modified verification algorithm that reduces the state space by exploiting symmetry and abstracting unobservable transitions is also proposed. We show the importance of minimal explanations on the performance of diagnosability verifiers.
Different verifiers are compared in terms of state space
and elapsed time. It is shown that the minimal explanation
notion involved in the modified basis reachability
graph, a graph presented by Cabasino et al.  for diagnosability analysis of Petri nets, has great impact also
on automata-based diagnosability methods. The evaluation
often shows improved computation times of a factor
1000 or more when the concept of minimal explanation is
included in the computation.