System Synthesis with Generalized Morphological Clique Problem


System synthesis as an integration (fusion) of local decisions into a global one is examined on the basis of a generalization of morphological clique model (an optimization extended version of morphological analysis). The paper addresses the following: (a) structure of compatibility between system components and its innuence to problem complexity, (b) some kinds compatibility for the components (e.g., asymmetric, negative), (c) poset-like scales for system components (local decisions) and their ag-gregation into a scale for a resultant global decision, and (d) a solving scheme based on dynamic programming. Numerical examples illustrate the material (e.g., algorithms, scale, ag-gregation of scales).

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@inproceedings{Levin2007SystemSW, title={System Synthesis with Generalized Morphological Clique Problem}, author={Mark Sh. Levin and Ivan Rival}, year={2007} }