An integrated control framework for discrete event systems
"The overall objective of this dissertation is to investigate various control theories on DES and develop a novel control framework which combines a preventive control problem of establishing behavioral correctness with the performance-oriented control problem of optimizing predefined performance objectives. The primary question which should be answered is 'How should a real-time controller make decisions for short-term scheduling anddispatching with an objective of achieving high-levels of performance when there are qualitative performance measures involved?'"--Introduction, page 5.
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
Ph. D. in Engineering Management
University of Missouri--Rolla
ix, 131 pages
© 2004 Nebil Buyurgan, All rights reserved.
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Flexible manufacturing systems
Supervisory control systems
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Buyurgan, Nebil, "An integrated control framework for discrete event systems" (2004). Doctoral Dissertations. 1514.
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