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Discrete Event Dyn Syst (2006) 16: 451492 DOI 10.1007/s10626-006-0021-9
 

Summary: Discrete Event Dyn Syst (2006) 16: 451492
DOI 10.1007/s10626-006-0021-9
Supervision Based on Place Invariants: A Survey
M. V. Iordache P. J. Antsaklis
Springer Science + Business Media, LLC 2006
Abstract The supervision based on place invariants (SBPI) is an efficient technique
for the supervisory control of Petri nets. This paper reveals the significance of the
SBPI based on a literature survey, applications, and an analysis of problems and
supervisory settings that can be addressed using SBPI. Special attention is given
to the various settings within which the problem can be formulated. Such settings
can be distinguished based on the concurrency type, the type of controllability and
observability, and the centralized or decentralized type of supervision. As we show,
it is possible to approach the most general settings in a purely structural way, without
resorting to reachability analysis. We begin by describing the SBPI problem and
the literature methods that address this problem or are related to it. Then, we
proceed to show classes of problems that can be reduced to the SBPI problem. In
the SBPI, the specification is described as a system of inequalities that the Petri
net marking must satisfy at any time. However, as we show, problems involving
more general specifications can be approached in the SBPI setting, sometimes under
additional assumptions, by performing net and/or specification transformations. Four

  

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

 

Collections: Engineering