A method for incorporating knowledge and communication into decentralized discrete-event systems

@inproceedings{Ricker2000AMF,
  title={A method for incorporating knowledge and communication into decentralized discrete-event systems},
  author={S. Laurie Ricker and Karen Rudie},
  year={2000}
}
Using a formal method for reasoning about knowledge, decentralized discrete-event control problems are described. States of the system where supervisors do not have su cient knowledge to make the correct control decision can be detected. A solution where supervisors may communicate is presented. The relationship between communication and control is complex because (i) control decisions made by one supervisor may depend on communications received from another supervisor and yet (ii) the content… CONTINUE READING
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