Large-Scale System Control Based on Decentralized Design. Application to Cuinchy Fontinette Reach

  title={Large-Scale System Control Based on Decentralized Design. Application to Cuinchy Fontinette Reach},
  author={Lala H. Rajaoarisoa and Klaudia Horv{\'a}th and Eric Duviella and Karine Chuquet},
  journal={IFAC Proceedings Volumes},
Abstract Large scale engineering systems are typically composed by several subsystems that interact with each other as a result of material, energy and information flows. A high performance control technology such as decentralized control can be employed for control this class of systems. An optimal decentralized control architecture is presented in this paper in order to ensure the efficient management of an inland navigation network in a global change context. For further logic, we show that… Expand

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