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Performance Evaluation of Control Networks : Ethernet ,

@inproceedings{Lian1999PerformanceEO,
  title={Performance Evaluation of Control Networks : Ethernet ,},
  author={Feng‐Li Lian and James R. Moyne and Dawn M. Tilbury},
  year={1999}
}
1 Introduction The traditional communication architecture for control systems is point-to-point, which has been successfully implemented in industry for decades. However, expanding physical setups and functionality push the limits of the point-to-point architecture. Hence, a traditional centralized point-to-point control system is no longer suitable to meet new requirements , such as modularity, decentralization of control, integrated diagnostics, quick and easy maintenance, and low cost 1… 
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