2 edition of Decentralized control of discrete-event systems. found in the catalog.
Decentralized control of discrete-event systems.
Karen Gail Rudie
Written in English
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INFORMATION SCIEN () Decentralized Supervisory Control of Discrete Event Systems with Nonhomogeneous Control Structure H. MORTAZAVIAN and F. LIN Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan ABSTRACT In this paper, the problem of task allocation among local supervisors is considered when . "This book is an introduction to discrete event systems that emphasizes modeling and control issues. Several references and a Web site devoted to the book increase its value and usability. The book is well written and maintains a good balance of breadth and : $
Decentralized supervisory control of discrete event systems with unknown plants: A learning-based synthesis approach Conference Paper (PDF Available) June with 36 . This observation motivates us to consider the decentralized control of discrete event systems (DESs) for bisimulation equivalence in this paper, where the plant and the specification are taken to be nondeterministic and the supervisor is taken to be deterministic.
Supervisory Control of Discrete-Event Systems (Communications and Control Engineering) - Kindle edition by W. Murray Wonham, Kai Cai. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Supervisory Control of Discrete-Event Systems (Communications and Control Engineering).Manufacturer: Springer. Centralised versus decentralised systems. A centralised system is one in which a central controller exercises control over the lower-level components of the system directly or through the use of a power hierarchy (such as instructing a middle level component to instruct a lower level component). The complex behaviour exhibited by this system is thus the result of the central controller's.
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Control of Discrete-event Systems provides a survey of the most important topics in the discrete-event systems theory with particular focus on finite-state automata, Petri nets and max-plus algebra.
Coverage ranges from introductory material on the basic notions and definitions of discrete-event systems to more recent results.
Introduction to Discrete Event Systems is a comprehensive introduction to the field of discrete event systems, offering a breadth of coverage that makes the material accessible to readers of varied backgrounds.
The book emphasizes a unified modeling framework that transcends specific application areas, linking the following topics in a coherent manner: language and automata theory, supervisory.
The decentralized control problem for networked discrete event systems is to find a decentralized control policy such that the small language is larger than the minimal required language and the large language is smaller than the maximal admissible by: Abstract We study the decentralized control of discrete-event systems with multiple local specifications.
Only a subset of events occur at a local site, and a local specification as well as control/observation capabilities of a local supervisor are defined with respect to such local by: 9.
This paper studies the decentralized control of discrete event systems (DESs) for bisimulation equivalence, where the plant and the specification are taken to be nondeterministic and the supervisor is taken to be deterministic. An automaton-based control framework is formalized, upon which we develop two architectures-a conjunctive architecture and a disjunctive architecture with respect to.
The book emphasizes a unified modeling framework that transcends specific application areas, linking the following topics in a coherent manner: language and automata theory, supervisory control, Petri net theory, Markov chains and queueing theory, discrete.
Decentralized control of discrete-event systems. book A necessary and sufficient condition for decentralized control of discrete event systems via prioritized composition with exclusion (PCX) is provided.
PCX was extended from prioritized synchronous composition (PSC) in order to model various Boolean modes of decision fusion by allowing the exclusivity of participation in system interactions. This paper studies the decentralized control problem of discrete event systems via prioritized composition with exclusion (PCX).
PCX was obtained by extending prioritized synchronous composition (PSC) in order to model various Boolean modes of decision fusion resulting from the exclusivity of participation in system interactions Chandra, V et al. Decentralized supervisory control of discrete-event systems (DES) is developed, by use of State Tree Structures (STS) to manage state explosion.
Assuming the specification of the controlled system can be decomposed into several sub-specifications, we design a separate optimal (maximally permissive) supervisor for each. If the decentralized supervisory controlled system is blocking, an.
This book shows how supervisory control theory (SCT) supports the formulation of various control problems of standard types, like the synthesis of controlled dynamic invariants by state feedback, and the resolution of such problems in terms of naturally definable control-theoretic concepts and properties, like reachability, controllability and observability.
The ories and applications of synthesis have been studied and developped for long in connection with logics, programming, automata, discrete event systems, and hardware circuits.
Logics and programming are outside the scope of this book, whose focus is on Discrete Event Systems and Supervisory Control. Abstract: We introduce problems of decentralized control with delayed communication, where delays are either unbounded or bounded by a given constant k.
In the k-bounded-delay model, between the transmission of a message and its reception, the plant can execute at most k events. In the unbounded-delay model, the plant can execute any number of events between transmission and. Abstract A supervisor proposed by Ramadge and Wonham controls a discrete event system (DES) so as to satisfy logical control specifications.
However a precise description of both the specifications and the DES is needed for the control. This paper proposes a synthesis method of the supervisor for decentralized DESs based on reinforcement learning. Discrete Event Systems: Analysis and Control is the proceedings of WODES (the 5th Workshop on Discrete Event Systems, held in Ghent, Belgium, on August).
This book provides a survey of the current state of the art in the field of modeling, analysis and control synthesis of discrete event systems, lecture notes for a mini course on sensitivity analysis for performance evaluation. Introduction to Discrete Event Systems is a comprehensive introduction to the field of discrete event systems, offering a breadth of coverage that makes the material accessible to readers of varied backgrounds.
The book emphasizes a unified modeling framework. supervisory control, Petri net theory, Markov chains and queuing theory, discrete-event simulation, and concurrent estimation techniques. This edition includes recent research results pertaining to the diagnosis of discrete event systems, decentralized supervisory control, and interval-based timed automata and hybrid automata models.
INFORMA TION SCIEN () Decentralized Supervisory Control of Discrete-Event Systems* F. LIN and W.M. WONHAM Systems Control Group, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario MS S l A4, Canada Communicated by Paul K. Wang ABSTRACT A discrete-event system G is modeled as the controlled generator of a.
This edition includes recent research results pertaining to the diagnosis of discrete event systems, decentralized supervisory control, and interval-based timed automata and hybrid automata models. in a variety of disciplines where the study of discrete event systems is relevant: control, communications, computer engineering, computer.
Ricker L. () An Overview of Synchronous Communication for Control of Decentralized Discrete-Event Systems. In: Seatzu C., Silva M., van Schuppen J.
(eds) Control of Discrete-Event Systems. Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, vol. Lin F, Wonham WM () Decentralized control and coordination of discrete-event systems with partial observation. IEEE Trans Autom Control 35(12)– MathSciNet CrossRef Google Scholar Ramadge PJ () Control and supervision of discrete event processes.
Abstract: In this paper, we investigate the problem of designing embedded decentralized discrete-event controllers over communication networks.
It is assumed that there is a path between every pair of processes in the network. The control objective is specified by a prefix-closed language that is controllable and observable, but not coobservable. This textbook is valuable to advanced-level students and researchers in a variety of disciplines where the study of discrete event systems is relevant: control, communications, computer engineering, computer science, manufacturing engineering, operations Reviews: 5.