Oulaid Kamach

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In this paper, we propose a framework for designing suitable switching control decisions for discrete event systems (DES) whose structures change as they develop in different operating modes. Control decisions consist of either an event in a sequence to occur enabling an event or preventing the event from taking place disabling an event. Our contribution(More)
This paper studies the problem of scheduling Job shops in robotic cells with no intermediate buffers, called No Wait Blocking Transport Job Shop Scheduling Problem (NWBT JSSP). This problem is an extension of the classical job shop problem. No Wait Blocking Transport job shop problems arise in many realistic production environments. To tackle this problem,(More)
Based on operating mode management, this paper introduces a new framework for studying dynamics of Discrete Event Systems (DES). Studied system presents several operating modes due to the state space explosion problem. To cure this problem, we propose a multi-model approach where each model describes a system in a given operating mode. We assume that only(More)
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