Predictability in Discrete-event Systems under Partial Observation

@inproceedings{Genc2006PredictabilityID,
  title={Predictability in Discrete-event Systems under Partial Observation},
  author={Sahika Genc and St{\'e}phane Lafortune},
  year={2006}
}
This paper studies the problem of predicting occurrences of a significant event in a discrete-event system. The predictability of occurrences of an event in a system is defined in the context of formal languages. The predictability of a language is a stronger condition than the diagnosability of the language. An implementable necessary and sufficient condition for predictability of occurrences of an event in systems modeled by regular languages is presented. 
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