BPP nets, a subclass of finite Place/Transition Petri nets, are equipped with an efficiently decidable, truly concurrent, bisimulation-based, behavioral equivalence, called team bisimilarity. This equivalence is a very intuitive extension of classic bisimulation equivalence (over labeled transition systems) to BPP nets and it is checked in a distributed manner, without necessarily building a global model of the overall behavior of the marked BPP net. An associated distributed modal logic, called team modal logic (TML, for short), is presented and shown to be coherent with team bisimilarity: two markings are team bisimilar if and only if they satisfy the same TML formulae. As the process algebra BPP (with guarded summation and guarded body of constants) is expressive enough to represent all and only the BPP nets, we provide algebraic laws for team bisimilarity as well as a finite, sound and complete, axiomatization.
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