Command-control for Real-time Systems
May 2013, Wiley-ISTE
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A real-time system is a complex system which is an integral part of an industrial or experimental system, a vehicle or a construction machine. The peculiarity of these systems is that they are driven by real-time targets in distributed environments.
Command-control for Real-time Systems presents the calculation of correction for industrial systems of different physical natures, their implementation on real-time target industrial systems (PLC-SCADA, embedded systems with distributed networks, Networked Control Systems) and their validation by simulation. It optimizes industrial processes by the use of automatic tools, industrial computing and communications networks and aims to successively integrate new control laws (linear, nonlinear and fuzzy controllers) so that users can leverage the power of engineering science as an automatic service process optimization while maintaining their high maintainability facilities.
2. Modeling Tools, Sébastien Cabaret and Mohammed Chadli.
3. Control Tools, Mohammed Chadli and Hervé Coppier.
4. Application to Cryogenic Systems, Marco Pezzetti, Hervé Coppier and Mohammed Chadli.
5. Applications to a Thermal System and to Gas Systems, Sébastien Cabaret and Hervé Coppier.
6. Application to Vehicles, Elie Kafrouni and Mohammed Chadli.
7. Real-time Implementation, Marco Pezzetti and Hervé Coppier.