Modeling of discrete event systems using finite automata with variables

@article{Skldstam2007ModelingOD,
  title={Modeling of discrete event systems using finite automata with variables},
  author={Markus Sk{\"o}ldstam and Knut {\AA}kesson and Martin Fabian},
  journal={2007 46th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control},
  year={2007},
  pages={3387-3392}
}
To get industrial acceptance of supervisory control theory, there is a need to bridge the gap between the signal-based industrial reality and the event-based supervisory control framework. This paper tries to do this by introducing a modeling formalism with automata extended with variables, guard expressions and action functions. The formalism is suitable for modeling plants and specifications in the supervisory control framework. An algorithm that transforms a set of extended automata into a… CONTINUE READING
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