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Author: Michael P. Spathopoulos
ISBN: 074840600X
Pages 292 pages
Publisher Taylor & Francis (August 1, 2006)
Language English
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eBook Principles of Discrete Event Systems: Modelling and Control Design download

by Michael P. Spathopoulos


The control design of a discrete-event process is introduced using predicates and associated blocking events. In this paper we present a way of modeling and control complex discrete event systems. The model is modular and is described hierarchically.

The control design of a discrete-event process is introduced using predicates and associated blocking events. The system is modelled using algebras of processes in a modular way where the integrity of tasks/resources is preserved. Using the modular structure of the finitely recursive processes a distributive control design is developed where the control actions are performed using operators of the algebra.

Semantic Scholar profile for Michael P. Spathopoulos, with fewer than 50. .In this paper, the problem of time-optimal control for hybrid systems with discrete-time dynamics is considered. Spathopoulos, with fewer than 50 highly influential citations. The modelling of the ship crane is studied and an anti-pendulation arm i. More). The hybrid controller steers all trajectories starting from a maximal set to a give.

In this paper the control of a logical discrete-event system is introduced using predicates and associated blocking events. The blocking occurs when a predicate concerning the system behaviour becomes true. It is shown that model specifications can be transformed into control objectives involving predicates and blocking events. oceedings{IO, title {Some Issues on Control of Discrete Event Systems Using Model Specifications}, author {Michael P. Spathopoulos and Rein Smedinga}, year {1996} }. Michael P. Spathopoulos, Rein Smedinga.

The present book contains selected papers presented at the Joint.

Discrete event system theory is a promising and dynamically developing area of both control theory and computer science. Discrete event systems are systems with ed states, inputs, and outputs. The approaches to the modelling and control of these systems can be roughly divided into two groups.

Spathopoulos, M. P. & Smedinga, . 1996, Proceedings on the international workshop on Discrete Event Systems, WODES96 .

Discrete Event Systems: Analysis and Control. The Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, 2000. Modern Design and Analysis of Discrete-Event Computer Simulations, IEEE Computer Society Press Tutorial Series, 1985. Dukkipati, Rao V. and Joseph R. Amyot.

Advanced textbooks in control and signal processing) 1. Discrete-time systems . Contents The mentioned lectures and this book particularly concentrate on Petri nets and their use in the modelling and control design for DEDS. Discrete-time systems - Mathematical models 2. Automatic control - Mathematical models 3. Petri nets I. Title I. They serve as a basis for extending to other tools and approaches such as Grafcet, statecharts, supervisory control theory and job scheduling. The textbook contains the necessary mathematics and computer science material.

System modeling is the process of describing both natural and engineered systems in precise mathematical terms. A. This book is a uniquely broad and quantitative introduction to creating models, performing simulations and analyzing results in a systematic and rigorous way. It covers the technical breadth of system modeling by including: continuous-time, sampled-time and discrete-time models temporal, spatial and hybrid models continuous-state and discrete-state models deterministic and stochastic models both system and signal modeling.

This book is a greatly extended and revised version of an earlier book in the series, Modelling and Control of Robot Manipulators (2000, ISBN: 978-1-85233-221-1).

Petkov and Parallel Computing for Real-time Signal . Konstantinov Processing and Control Control of Dead-time Processes . Shaheed Modeling and Control of Discrete-event Multivariable Control Systems Dynamic Systems P. Albertos and A. Sala B. Hrúz and . This book is a greatly extended and revised version of an earlier book in the series, Modelling and Control of Robot Manipulators (2000, ISBN: 978-1-85233-221-1).