Structural Controllability and Observability in Industrial N 2 State Charts Applied to a Supervisory Servo Controller
International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mathematics
Volume 3, Issue 6, December 2017, Pages: 239-243
Received: Jun. 7, 2017;
Accepted: Jul. 24, 2017;
Published: Jan. 14, 2018
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Ying Shang, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Edwardsville, USA
This paper presents that the structural controllability and observability can be used for a class of discrete event systems modeled by industry-standard N-squared diagrams. The main results of this paper provide analytical assessment of large scale industrial system properties before the software simulation and hardware demonstration; therefore it offers immense savings in verification time and cost. The dynamics of N-squared diagrams are represented by linear time-invariant systems over the Boolean algebra. Structural controllability and structural observability of discrete event systems are transformed to “standard” controllability and observability problems in traditional linear systems over real numbers. The rank of the controllability and observability matrices determine not only the structural controllability and observability, but also which discrete nodes cannot be reached by the initial states and which discrete states have no outgoing paths to the output nodes, respectively. This rank condition is extremely easy to be verified through computer software, such as MATLAB, it can be used in large scale industrial systems or communication networks.
Structural Controllability and Observability in Industrial N 2 State Charts Applied to a Supervisory Servo Controller, International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mathematics.
Vol. 3, No. 6,
2017, pp. 239-243.
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