- "How useful have you found it?"
- “What did your FM training involve (e.g. a course, a book)?”
I “trained” on Petri Nets through self-study. I read the chapters on Petri Nets from the textbook “Petri Nets and Grafcet: Tools for Modelling Discrete Event Systems” (David and Alla, 1992). I have also been reading research papers on Petri Nets. After creating and documenting “Net Elements and Annotations” I practiced on applying the method for several weeks.
- “What FM tools do you use?”
- “What advantages in speed/quality has it given you compared to not using FM?”
- "What kind of software do you create with FM?"
- "And if you don't directly use FM now, was it at least worth learning?" Not applicable.
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