Integration of supervisory control synthesis in model-based systems engineering
Increasing system complexity, time to market and development costs reduction place higher demands on engineering processes. Formal models play an important role here because they enable the use of various model-based analyses and early integration techniques and tools. Engineering processes based on formal models are able to cope with complexity. They also support time to market and development costs reduction. Moreover, application of supervisory control synthesis in the development of control systems can speed up the process considerably. This paper discusses the integration of recently developed supervisor synthesis techniques and tools in engineering processes. To illustrate this approach, examples of industrial cases are presented, where supervisors synthesized have successfully been implemented and integrated in existing resource control platforms.
|Applications, Implementation, Model-based engineering, Supervisory control|
|Software (theme 1)|
|Studies in Systems, Decision and Control|
Baeten, J.C.M, van de Mortel-Fronczak, J.M, & Rooda, J.E. (2016). Integration of supervisory control synthesis in model-based systems engineering. In Studies in Systems, Decision and Control. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-28860-4_2