Algorithms and Architectures for Real-Time Control 1997 (AARTC '97): A Proceedings Volume from the 4th IFAC Workshop, Vilamoura, Portugal, 9-11 April 1997

Algorithms and Architectures for Real-Time Control 1997 (AARTC '97): A Proceedings Volume from the 4th IFAC Workshop, Vilamoura, Portugal, 9-11 April 1997

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Overview

These proceedings contain the selection of papers presented at the IFAC Workshop on Algorithms and Architectures for Real-Time Control (AARTC '97) held at the Vilamoura Marina Hotel, Vilamoura, Portugal.
Rapid developments in microelectronics and computer science continue to provide opportunities for real-time control engineers to address new challenges. New opportunities arise from such diverse directions as ever-increasing system complexity and sophistication, environmental legislation, economic competition, safety and reliability. These are typical themes which were highlighted at the IFAC AARTC '97 Workshop.
The AARTC '97 Final Programme consisted of 22 sessions covering major areas of software, hardware and applications for real-time control. Important topics were "soft" computing methods, software tools and architectures, embedded systems, parallel and distributed systems, architectures, custom processors, algorithms, estimation methods, neural networks, fuzzy methods, PID controllers, transport applications, industrial process control, robotics, and discrete-event and hybrid systems.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780080429304
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date: 08/01/1997
Series: IFAC Proceedings Volumes
Pages: 422
Product dimensions: 8.66(w) x 12.20(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Section headings and selected papers: Keynote Papers. Real-time control of unconventionally sampled data systems (P. Albertos, A. Crespo). Special Session: Processor Architectures for Control. A multi-processor computer architecture for active control (E.P. Darbyshire, C.J. Kerry). Transport Applications. A fuzzy logic application for traffic actuated signal control (O. Czogalla). Late Breaking Papers: Neural Networks. Neural network assisted autotuning of industrial PID controllers (R. Mamat et al.). Late Breaking Papers: Embedded Systems. Hardware-in-the-loop simulation of diesel engines for the development of engine control systems (R. Isermann et al.). PID Controllers. QUICKTUNE: a reliable automatic strategy for determining PI and PPI controller parameters using a FOPDT model (C.S. Cox et al.). Scheduling. Static scheduling using clustering and task duplication (C. Ginis, D.I. Jones). Estimation. Real-time parameter estimation of dynamic temperature models for greenhouse environmental control (J. Boaventura Cunha et al.). Parallel and Distributed Systems. Safe state analysis of real-time control applications (P.R. Croll, D.G. Marriott). Robotics. Building a teleoperation environment (R. Cortesao et al.). Industrial Process Control. A new approach to support an operator to evaluate situations in supervisory control (B. Boussoffara, P.F. Elzer). Custom Processors. Reconfigurable logic controller with FPGA (M. Wegrzyn et al.). Fuzzy Methods. A fuzzy multiple model approach to manoevring target tracking (S. McGinnity, G.Irwin). Special Session: Parallel Architectures for Real-Time Signal Processing and Control. Performance evaluation of DSP, RISC and transputer based systems in real-time implementation of signal processing and control algorithms (M.O. Tokhi et al.). Late Breaking Papers: Robotics and Automation. Job-shop scheduling with limited buffers (T. Liljenvall). Late Breaking Papers: "Soft Computer Methods". Stability of fuzzy controllers subject to actuator saturation (C.W. Chan et al.). Software Tools and Architectures. Software architecture for a robot teleoperation system (A. Alonso et al.). Algorithms. Parallel algorithms for the block Hessenberg form and applications (E.S. Quintana-Orti et al.). Neural Networks. Learning control: some basic design approaches (R. Ferreiro Garcia et al.). Discrete Event and Hybrid Systems. Mixing statecharts and signal for the specification of control (H. Guéguen). Author index.

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