Elementary control objects: toward a dataflow architecture for power electronics control software

@article{Guo2002ElementaryCO,
  title={Elementary control objects: toward a dataflow architecture for power electronics control software},
  author={Jinghong Guo and Stephen H. Edwards and D Nenad Borojevic},
  journal={2002 IEEE 33rd Annual IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference. Proceedings (Cat. No.02CH37289)},
  year={2002},
  volume={4},
  pages={1705-1710 vol.4}
}
This paper presents dataflow architecture as an approach to designing reusable and reconfigurable control software for power electronics systems. A traditional "main-program-and-subroutine" architecture raises a number of software issues in power electronics control that are addressed by this new strategy. The infrastructure of dataflow architecture is discussed. A 3-phase inverter application is used as an example to evaluate the proposed software architecture vs. the legacy "main-program-and… CONTINUE READING

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