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Create, model and analyse Petri nets with a standards-compliant Petri net tool. PIPE2 is the active fork of the Platform Independent Petri net Editor project, which originated at Imperial College London.
This thing looked like it might really be useful inclass. But I can't save anything. That bug has been open for almost 5 years. The distribution is also missing net/sourceforge/....
My students have been using PIPE2 in a master-level course on concurrent systems modelling and analysis for five years. It has served us well so far: it is user-friendly and easy to use for beginners and has a nice set of supported analyses. I am however very concerned about the current evolution of the tool. PIPE 3 (2010) and PIPE 4 (2011) have been released with hardly any information on what has been added, changed or improved. Some very serious bugs that have been reported (see bug tracker) with no apparent reaction so far from the developers. Unless you are really interested in the new features and is willing to live dangerously, I would recommend that you stick to release 2.5 rc5.