[REBOL] Re: Any FSM fans?
From: robert:muench:robertmuench at: 2-Nov-2001 9:38
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> Gregg Irwin
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> Subject: [REBOL] Re: Any FSM fans?
> They are often used to drive parsers (regex engines are a good example), but
> they are also used for much, much more. Very useful, but highly
> under-utilized (kind of like REBOL). Those that use them, love them; those
> that don't, just don't know what they're missing. :)
Hi, right! I would suggest to go for petri-nets (IIRC it's a more general
concept to a FSM?), which let you model very complex event systems in a nice and
simple way. Local development view = global working system :-)). Robert