M.-S. Lee

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In this paper, we propose a design algorithm for an optimal supervisor for guaranteeing the trimness of the controlled system. We generalize the earlier work of Kumar and Grag based on the induced Xow network of a given discrete event system. SpeciWcally, the proposed algorithm is directly applicable to a discrete event system and minimizes the net cost of(More)
In this paper, we formulate the optimal supervisory control problem (OSCP) under partial observation and propose an algorithm to design the optimal nonblocking supervisor (ONS). In addition, we introduce an extended net cost including the observation cost of the events which is taken into account for the cost of setting up a mechanism to sense the events(More)
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