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P m l n g i of tho and Conlmnw on DIclrlonandControl
 

Summary: P m l n g i of tho and Conlmnw
on DIclrlonandControl
SanAmonlo, Tam8 -0-Bof 1993 TP9 -5:20
Event Identification in Hybrid Control Systems
M.D. Lemmon T P.J. Antsaldis
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556 USA
Abstract
Hybrid control systems can arise when a discrete
event system is used to supervise the behaviour of
continuous-state systems. In this context, tlie DES
supervisor manipulates syiiibols which are represen-
tative of events occuring within the plant's state
space. An important issue in the design of such con-
trol systems concerns conditions under which such
symbolic manipulations are sufficient to adequately
supervise the plant. This paper provides a method for
identifying such supervisable events whose computa-
tional complexity is polynomial in plant complexity.

  

Source: Antsaklis, Panos - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Notre Dame

 

Collections: Engineering