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For each, its effect will be calculated. First, Figure 1 shows a workflow net containing a sequence and all possible markings. The initial marking is m1 T with sm1 = {}; m3 is the final marking and we want to calculate s3 . To calculate it we need to solve γ(sm2 , t2 ) which can be reduced to γ(γ(sm1 , t1 ), t2 ) = γ(γ({}, t1 ), t2 ) = a ∧ b. Similarly compositions with and-splits and -joins work (Fig. 2). This process has the following markings: – – – – – – m1 m2 m3 m4 m5 m6 = p1 (initial marking) = p2 + p 3 = p3 + p 4 = p2 + p 5 = p4 + p 5 = p6 (final marking) This results in the reachability graph displayed in Figure 3.

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