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FP06 4:lOProceedingsof the 35th Conferenceon Decisionand Control
 

Summary: FP06 4:lOProceedingsof the 35th
Conferenceon Decisionand Control
Kobe, Japan December 1996
Supervisory Control of Petri Nets with
Uncontrollable/Unobservable Transitions
,John 0. bloody and Panos J. Aritsaklis
Department of Electrical Engineering
Uriiversitv of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556 USA
jmoody@maddog.ee.Iic1.edu
Abstract
This paper expands upon results of previous research
dealing with the supervisory control of Petri net mod-
eled discrete event systems that contain uncontrollable
transitions. The concept of unobservable plant transi-
tions is int,roducedhere and incorporated into the con-
troller design procedure. New conditions are developed
which govern the existence of controllers for these prob-
lems. Two procedures are presented for automatically
generating controllers for plants that incorporate un-
controllable and unobservable events.

  

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

 

Collections: Engineering