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WP-7-1 -3:OO Proceedingsof Ihe 291h Conference
 

Summary: WP-7-1 - 3:OO
Proceedingsof Ihe 291h Conference
on Decisionmd Control
Honolulu,Hawaii December 1990
OPTIMAL STABILIZATION OF DISCRETE EVENT SYSTEMS
Kevin M. Passino
Dept. of ElectricalEngineering
The Ohio StateUniversity
2015 Neil Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
Abstract
We utilize a classof not necessarily fmitestate "logical" discreteeventsystem
(DES)models which canalso model the costs for events to occur. Let P and A
denote two such models. Suppose that P characterizes the valid behavior of a
dynamical system and A represents certain design objectives which specify the
allowableDES behavior which is "contained in" the valid behavior. An optimal
conwool problem for P and A is how to choosethe sequenceof inputsto P so that
the DES behavior lies in A (i.e., it is allowable)and so that a performanceindex
defined in terms of the costs of the events is minimized. Here we provide two
solutionsto an optimalstabilizationproblem,i.e. how to find a sequ nce of inputs

  

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

 

Collections: Engineering