Control Using Logic Based Switching

This volume not only includes contributions from those who were present at Block Island but also additional material from those who were not.

Author: A.Stephen Morse

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3662214466

Category: Technology & Engineering

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A logic-based switching controller is one whose subsystems include not only familiar dynamical components such as integrators, summers, gains etc. but event-driven logic and associated switches as well. In such a system the predominantly logical component is the supervisor, mode changer, etc. There has been growing interest in recent years in determining what could be gained from utilising "hybrid" controllers of this type. To this end a workshop was held on Block Island with the aim of bringing together individuals to discuss the research and common interest in the field. This volume not only includes contributions from those who were present at Block Island but also additional material from those who were not. Topics covered include: hybrid dynamical systems, control of hard-bound constrained and nonlinear systems, automotive problems involving switching control and system control in the face of large-scale modeling errors.
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Control Using Logic Based Switching

This volume not only includes contributions from those who were present at Block Island but also additional material from those who were not.

Author: A.Stephen Morse

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: UOM:39015038598564

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A logic-based switching controller is one whose subsystems include not only familiar dynamical components such as integrators, summers, gains etc. but event-driven logic and associated switches as well. In such a system the predominantly logical component is the supervisor, mode changer, etc. There has been growing interest in recent years in determining what could be gained from utilising "hybrid" controllers of this type. To this end a workshop was held on Block Island with the aim of bringing together individuals to discuss the research and common interest in the field. This volume not only includes contributions from those who were present at Block Island but also additional material from those who were not. Topics covered include: hybrid dynamical systems, control of hard-bound constrained and nonlinear systems, automotive problems involving switching control and system control in the face of large-scale modeling errors.
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Hybrid Systems Computation and Control

Control Using Logic-Based Switching. Springer-Verlag (1997) 2. Zefran, M., Burdick, J.: Design of switching controllers for systems with changing 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. dynamics. In: Proc. 37th IEEE Conf. on Decision ...

Author: Rajeev Alur

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540247432

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This volume contains the proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Hybrid Systems: Computation and Control (HSCC 2004) held in Philadelphia, USA, from March 25 to 27, 2004. The annual workshop on hybrid systems attracts researchers from academia and industry interested in modeling, analysis, and implemen- tion of dynamic and reactive systems involving both discrete and continuous behaviors. The previous workshops in the HSCC series were held in Berkeley, USA(1998),Nijmegen,TheNetherlands(1999),Pittsburgh,USA(2000),Rome, Italy (2001), Palo Alto, USA (2002), and Prague, Czech Republic (2003). This year’s HSCC was organized in cooperation with ACM SIGBED (Special Interest Group on Embedded Systems) and was technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Control Systems Society. The program consisted of 4 invited talks and 43 regular papers selected from 117 regular submissions. The program covered topics such as tools for analysis and veri?cation, control and optimization, modeling, and engineering applica- ons, as in past years, and emerging directions in programming language support and implementation. The program also contained one special session focusing on the interplay between biomolecular networks, systems biology, formal methods, andthecontrolofhybridsystems.
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Switching in Systems and Control

This book examines switched systems from a control-theoretic perspective, focusing on stability analysis and control synthesis of systems that combine continuous dynamics with switching events.

Author: Daniel Liberzon

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461200178

Category: Science

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The theory of switched systems is related to the study of hybrid systems, which has gained attention from control theorists, computer scientists, and practicing engineers. This book examines switched systems from a control-theoretic perspective, focusing on stability analysis and control synthesis of systems that combine continuous dynamics with switching events. It includes a vast bibliography and a section of technical and historical notes.
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Software Enabled Control

8. R. Alur , T. Henzinger , G. Lafferriere , and G. Pappas , Discrete abstractions of hybrid systems , Proceedings of IEEE 88 ( 7 ) : 971-984 , July 2000 . 9. A. Morse , Logic - based switching and control , in B. A. Francis and A. R. ...

Author: Tariq Samad

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0471234362

Category: Science

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Discusses open systems, object orientation, software agents, domain-specific languages, component architectures, as well as the dramatic IT-enabled improvements in memory, communication, and processing resources that are now available for sophisticated control algorithms to exploit. Useful for practitioners and researchers in the fields of real-time systems, aerospace engineering, embedded systems, and artificial intelligence.
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Nonlinear and Optimal Control Theory

D References 1. A. S. Morse. Control using logic-based switching. In A. Isidori, editor, Trends in Control, pages 69–113. Springer-Verlag, 1995. 2. Daniel Liberzon. Switching in Systems and Control. Birkhäuser, 2003. 3.

Author: Andrei A. Agrachev

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540776536

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The lectures gathered in this volume present some of the different aspects of Mathematical Control Theory. Adopting the point of view of Geometric Control Theory and of Nonlinear Control Theory, the lectures focus on some aspects of the Optimization and Control of nonlinear, not necessarily smooth, dynamical systems. Specifically, three of the five lectures discuss respectively: logic-based switching control, sliding mode control and the input to the state stability paradigm for the control and stability of nonlinear systems. The remaining two lectures are devoted to Optimal Control: one investigates the connections between Optimal Control Theory, Dynamical Systems and Differential Geometry, while the second presents a very general version, in a non-smooth context, of the Pontryagin Maximum Principle. The arguments of the whole volume are self-contained and are directed to everyone working in Control Theory. They offer a sound presentation of the methods employed in the control and optimization of nonlinear dynamical systems.
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Control Using Logic Based Switching

This volume not only includes contributions from those who were present at Block Island but also additional material from those who were not.

Author: A.Stephen Morse

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3540760970

Category: Technology & Engineering

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A logic-based switching controller is one whose subsystems include not only familiar dynamical components such as integrators, summers, gains etc. but event-driven logic and associated switches as well. In such a system the predominantly logical component is the supervisor, mode changer, etc. There has been growing interest in recent years in determining what could be gained from utilising "hybrid" controllers of this type. To this end a workshop was held on Block Island with the aim of bringing together individuals to discuss the research and common interest in the field. This volume not only includes contributions from those who were present at Block Island but also additional material from those who were not. Topics covered include: hybrid dynamical systems, control of hard-bound constrained and nonlinear systems, automotive problems involving switching control and system control in the face of large-scale modeling errors.
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Bifurcations and Chaos in Piecewise Smooth Dynamical Systems

27] A. S. Morse, Control Using Logic-based Switching, in Trends in Control. A European Perspective, edited by A. Isidori (Springer, 1995), pp. 69–113. (28. R. W. Brockett, Hybrid Models for Motion Control Systems, in Essays in Control: ...

Author: Zhanybai T Zhusubaliyev

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814485630

Category: Science

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' Technical problems often lead to differential equations with piecewise-smooth right-hand sides. Problems in mechanical engineering, for instance, violate the requirements of smoothness if they involve collisions, finite clearances, or stick-slip phenomena. Systems of this type can display a large variety of complicated bifurcation scenarios that still lack a detailed description. This book presents some of the fascinating new phenomena that one can observe in piecewise-smooth dynamical systems. The practical significance of these phenomena is demonstrated through a series of well-documented and realistic applications to switching power converters, relay systems, and different types of pulse-width modulated control systems. Other examples are derived from mechanical engineering, digital electronics, and economic business-cycle theory. The topics considered in the book include abrupt transitions associated with modified period-doubling, saddle-node and Hopf bifurcations, the interplay between classical bifurcations and border-collision bifurcations, truncated bifurcation scenarios, period-tripling and -quadrupling bifurcations, multiple-choice bifurcations, new types of direct transitions to chaos, and torus destruction in nonsmooth systems. In spite of its orientation towards engineering problems, the book addresses theoretical and numerical problems in sufficient detail to be of interest to nonlinear scientists in general. Contents:On the Dynamics of Nonlinear SystemsBasic Concepts and MethodsRelay Control SystemsBifurcations and Chaotic Oscillations in Relay SystemsChaotic Oscillations in Pulse-Width Modulated SystemsBorder-Collision Bifurcations on a Two-Dimensional TorusBorder-Collision Bifurcations in a Management System Readership: Graduate students and researchers in nonlinear science and chaos theory; electrical and electronic engineers; experts in control theory and in applied mathematics. Keywords:Chaos;Bifurcations;Border-Collision Bifurcations;Piecewise-Smooth Dynamical Systems;Relay Control Systems;Pulse-Width Modulated Control Systems;Power Converters;Human Decision-Making BehaviorReviews:“This book is an important guide for engineers and all scientists working with non-smooth models.”Mathematical Reviews “The book contains interesting examples of piecewise-smooth dynamical systems and its bifurcation phenomena with direct applications … it will certainly be a useful tool for many scientists and engineers.”Zentralblatt MATH '
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Adaptive Control

Morse, A. (1992), High-order parameter tuners for the adaptive control of nonlinear systems, in Robust Control', Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 138– 145. Morse, A. (1995), Control using logic-based switching, in A. Isidori, ed., ...

Author: Rogelio Lozano

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780857293435

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Adaptive Control provides techniques for automatic, real-time adjustments in controller parameters with a view to achieving and/or maintaining a desirable level of system performance in the presence of unknown or variable process parameters. Many aspects of the field are dealt with in coherent and orderly fashion, starting with the problems posed by system uncertainties and moving on to the presentation of solutions and their practical significance. Within the general context of recent developments, the book looks at: • synthesis and analysis of parameter adaptation algorithms; • recursive plant-model identification in open and closed loop; • robust digital control for adaptive control; • direct and indirect adaptive control; and • practical aspects and applications. To reflect the importance of digital computers for the application of adaptive control techniques, discrete-time aspects are emphasized. To guide the reader, the book contains various applications of adaptive control techniques.
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Modern Sliding Mode Control Theory

IEEE Control Systems Magazine 15, 49–55 (1995) Spong, M.W., Praly, L.: Control of Underactuated Mechanical Systems Using Switching and Saturation. In: Proc. of the Block Island Workshop on Control Using Logic Based Switching.

Author: Giorgio Bartolini

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540790150

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This concise book covers modern sliding mode control theory. The authors identify key contributions defining the theoretical and applicative state-of-the-art of the sliding mode control theory and the most promising trends of the ongoing research activities.
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Multiple Model Approaches To Nonlinear Modelling And Control

In ' Preprints IFAC Symposium on On - line Fault Detection and Supervision in the Chemical Process Industries , Newark , Delaware ' . pp . 126-131 . ... MORSE , A. S. ( 1995 ) Control using logic - based switching . In A. Isidori ( Ed ...

Author: R Murray-Smith

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000162769

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This work presents approaches to modelling and control problems arising from conditions of ever increasing nonlinearity and complexity. It prescribes an approach that covers a wide range of methods being combined to provide multiple model solutions. Many component methods are described, as well as discussion of the strategies available for building a successful multiple model approach.
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The Reaction Wheel Pendulum

[16] Spong, M.W., and Praly, L., "Control ofunderactuated mechanical systems using switching and saturation," In Proceedings of the Block Island Workshop on Control Using Logic Based Switching, Springer- Verlag, London, 1996.

Author: Daniel Jerome Block

Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers

ISBN: 9781598291940

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This monograph is concerned with modeling and control of a novel inverted pendulum device known as the Reaction Wheel Pendulum. The Reaction Wheel Pendulum is perhaps the simplest of the various pendulum systems in terms of its dynamic properties. At the same time, the Reaction Wheel Pendulum exhibits several properties, such as underactuation and nonlinearity that make it an attractive and useful system for research and advanced education. As such, the Reaction Wheel Pendulum is ideally suited for educating engineering students at virtually every level, from freshman to advanced graduate students.
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Hybrid Systems Computation and Control

Acknowledgement. The work of Y. Gao and J. Lygeros was supported by the EPSRC under grant GR/R51575/01. ... Proceedings of the IEEE 88 (2000) 1069–1082 Morse, A.S.: Control Using Logic Based Switching. In: Isidori, A. (ed.): ...

Author: Oded Maler

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540009139

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This book constitues the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Hybrid Systems: Computation and Control, HSCC 2003, held in Prague, Czech Republic, in April 2003. The 36 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 75 submissions. All current issues in hybrid systems are addressed including formal methods for analysis and control, computational tools, as well as innovative applications in various fields such as automotive control, the immune system, electrical circuits, operating systems, and human brains.
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Finite Spectrum Assignment for Time Delay Systems

204 : Takahashi , S .; Takahara , Y. Logical Approach to Systems Theory 192 pp . 1995 [ 3-540-19956 - X ] Vol . 214 : Yin , G .; Zhang , Q. ( Eds ) Recent Advances in Control and Optimization of Manufacturing Systems 240 pp .

Author: Qing-Guo Wang

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1852330651

Category: Technology & Engineering

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The presence of considerable time delays in many industrial processes is well recognized and achievable performances of conventional unity feedback control systems are degraded if a process has a relatively large time delay compared to its time constants. In this case, dead time compensation is necessary in order to enhance the performances. The most popular scheme for such compensation is the Smith Predictor, but it is unsuitable for unstable or lightly damped processes because the compensated closed-loop system always contains the process poles themselves. An alternative scheme for delay elimination from the closed-loop is the finite spectrum assignment (FSA) strategy and it can arbitrarily assign the closed-loop spectrum. One may note that the Smith Predictor Control can be found in delay systems control books and many process control books, but the FSA control is rarely included in these books. It is therefore timely and desirable to fill this gap by writing a book which gives a comprehensive treatment of the FSA approach. This is useful and worthwhile since the FSA provides not only an alternative way but also certain advantages over the Smith-Predictor. The book presents the state-of-the-art of the finite spectrum assignment for time-delay systems in frequency domain. It mainly contains those works carried out recently by the authors in this field. Most of them have been published and others are awaiting publication. They are assembled together and reorganized in such a way that the presentation is logical, smooth and systematic.
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The Control Handbook three volume set

Controller selection is decided by comparing in real - time suitably defined norm - squared prediction errors , also referred ... Following the idea of supervisory control , logic - based switching and multiple models are combined with ...

Author: William S. Levine

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781420073676

Category: Technology & Engineering

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At publication, The Control Handbook immediately became the definitive resource that engineers working with modern control systems required. Among its many accolades, that first edition was cited by the AAP as the Best Engineering Handbook of 1996. Now, 15 years later, William Levine has once again compiled the most comprehensive and authoritative resource on control engineering. He has fully reorganized the text to reflect the technical advances achieved since the last edition and has expanded its contents to include the multidisciplinary perspective that is making control engineering a critical component in so many fields. Now expanded from one to three volumes, The Control Handbook, Second Edition brilliantly organizes cutting-edge contributions from more than 200 leading experts representing every corner of the globe. They cover everything from basic closed-loop systems to multi-agent adaptive systems and from the control of electric motors to the control of complex networks. Progressively organized, the three volume set includes: Control System Fundamentals Control System Applications Control System Advanced Methods Any practicing engineer, student, or researcher working in fields as diverse as electronics, aeronautics, or biomedicine will find this handbook to be a time-saving resource filled with invaluable formulas, models, methods, and innovative thinking. In fact, any physicist, biologist, mathematician, or researcher in any number of fields developing or improving products and systems will find the answers and ideas they need. As with the first edition, the new edition not only stands as a record of accomplishment in control engineering but provides researchers with the means to make further advances.
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Neural Networks in Multidimensional Domains

1995 [3-540-19955-1] Vol. 204: Takahashi, S.; Takahara, Y. Logical Approach to Systems Theory 192 pp. 1995 [3-540-1 9956-X] Vol. 205: Kotta, U. Inversion Method in the Discrete-time Nonlinear Control Systems Synthesis Problems 168 pp.

Author: Paolo Arena

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: UOM:39015041992689

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In this monograph, new structures of neural networks in multidimensional domains are introduced. These architectures are a generalization of the Multi-layer Perceptron (MLP) in Complex, Vectorial and Hypercomplex algebra. The approximation capabilities of these networks and their learning algorithms are discussed in a multidimensional context. The work includes the theoretical basis to address the properties of such structures and the advantages introduced in system modelling, function approximation and control. Some applications, referring to attractive themes in system engineering and a MATLAB software tool, are also reported. The appropriate background for this text is a knowledge of neural networks fundamentals. The manuscript is intended as a research report, but a great effort has been performed to make the subject comprehensible to graduate students in computer engineering, control engineering, computer sciences and related disciplines.
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Selected Topics in Vibrational Mechanics

Fidlin A. On Asymptotic Properties of Systems with Strong and Very Strong High - Frequency Excitation , Journal of Sound and Vibration , 235 ( 2 ) , p . 219-233 . 21. Morse S.A. ( ed ) Control Using Logic - Based Switching ( Springer ...

Author: Iliya I. Blekhman

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9812794522

Category: Science

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Vibrational mechanics is a new, intensively developing section of nonlinear dynamics and of the theory of nonlinear oscillations. It presents a general approach to the study of the effects of vibration on nonlinear systems. This approach is characterized by simplicity of application and by physical clearness. In recent years a number of new, essential results have been obtained both on the development of the mathematical apparatus of vibrational mechanics and on the solution of certain applied problems. This book reflects those results through the ingenious presentation of the authors OCo well-known scientists from Germany, Denmark and Russia. For the convenience of readers, the main content is preceded by a brief description of the main theses of vibrational mechanics. Contents: The Basis of Vibrational Mechanics; Pendulum and Pendulum Systems under High-Frequency Excitation OCo Non-Trivial Effects; Problems of the Theory of Selfsynchronization; Problems of Creating Dynamic Materials; Vibrational Hydrodynamics and Hydraulics; Some Mathematical Supplements and Generalizations. Readership: Researchers in theoretical and applied mechanics, nonlinear dynamics and nonlinear oscillation theory, as well as mathematicians."
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Cooperative Optimal Control of Hybrid Energy Systems

In [12, 13], the MAS-based switching control for storage devices was presented by using logic judgments and fuzzy- logicrules. As mentioned above, all the relevant research only focused on one aspect of dynamic regulation and switching ...

Author: Dong Yue

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789813367227

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Control of Mechatronic Systems

Boolean-Based. Modeling. and. Logic. Controller. Design. 6.1. Introduction. Mechatronic systems are operated by turning ON and OFF switches, motor starters, valves, and other devices in response to operating conditions or as a function ...

Author: Patrick O. J. Kaltjob

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119505808

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A practical methodology for designing integrated automation control for systems and processes Implementing digital control within mechanical-electronic (mechatronic) systems is essential to respond to the growing demand for high-efficiency machines and processes. In practice, the most efficient digital control often integrates time-driven and event-driven characteristics within a single control scheme. However, most of the current engineering literature on the design of digital control systems presents discrete-time systems and discrete-event systems separately. Control Of Mechatronic Systems: Model-Driven Design And Implementation Guidelines unites the two systems, revisiting the concept of automated control by presenting a unique practical methodology for whole-system integration. With its innovative hybrid approach to the modeling, analysis, and design of control systems, this text provides material for mechatronic engineering and process automation courses, as well as for self-study across engineering disciplines. Real-life design problems and automation case studies help readers transfer theory to practice, whether they are building single machines or large-scale industrial systems. Presents a novel approach to the integration of discrete-time and discrete-event systems within mechatronic systems and industrial processes Offers user-friendly self-study units, with worked examples and numerous real-world exercises in each chapter Covers a range of engineering disciplines and applies to small- and large-scale systems, for broad appeal in research and practice Provides a firm theoretical foundation allowing readers to comprehend the underlying technologies of mechatronic systems and processes Control Of Mechatronic Systems is an important text for advanced students and professionals of all levels engaged in a broad range of engineering disciplines.
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