Introduction to Discrete Event Systems, Second Edition by Christos G. Cassandras, Stephane Lafortune

By Christos G. Cassandras, Stephane Lafortune

Advent to Discrete occasion platforms is a finished creation to the sector of discrete occasion platforms, supplying a breadth of insurance that makes the fabric available to readers of various backgrounds. The publication emphasizes a unified modeling framework that transcends particular software components, linking the next subject matters in a coherent demeanour: language and automata conception, supervisory keep watch over, Petri internet conception, Markov chains and queuing idea, discrete-event simulation, and concurrent estimation thoughts. This variation contains fresh learn effects concerning the analysis of discrete occasion platforms, decentralized supervisory keep an eye on, and interval-based timed automata and hybrid automata types.

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At various time instants (not necessarily known in advance and not necessarily coinciding with clock ticks), some event e “announces” that it is occurring. There is a fundamental difference between 1 and 2 above: In 1, state transitions are synchronized by the clock: There is a clock tick, an event (or no event) is selected, the state changes, and the process repeats. The clock alone is responsible for any possible state transition. In 2, every event e ∈ E defines a distinct process through which the time instants when e occurs are determined.

A floater capable of shutting off the inflow whenever x(t) = K). Such a mechanism is illustrated in Fig. 18. 42). 11. 2 SYSTEM AND CONTROL BASICS | 25 following: 1. The desired behavior of the system becomes less sensitive to unexpected disturbances. 2. The desired behavior of the system becomes less sensitive to possible errors in the parameter values assumed in the model. 3. The output y(t) can automatically follow or track a desired reference signal r(t) by continuously seeking to minimize the difference (y(t) − r(t)) (which is sometimes referred to as the error signal ).

10) can be used. The second property points to the fact that the state generally changes as time changes. As a result, the time variable (t in continuous time or k in discrete time) is a natural independent variable for modeling such systems. In contrast to CVDS, Discrete Event Dynamic Systems (DEDS) or, more broadly, Discrete Event Systems (DES), satisfy the following two properties: 1. The state space is a discrete set. 2. The state transition mechanism is event-driven. In what follows, we will use the acronym DES.

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