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AUTOMATICA
2004

Interval analysis and dioid: application to robust controller design for timed event graphs

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Interval analysis and dioid: application to robust controller design for timed event graphs
This paper deals with feedback controller synthesis for timed event graphs in dioids, where the number of initial tokens and time delays are only known to belong to intervals. We discuss here the existence and the computation of a robust controller set for uncertain systems that can be described by parametric models, the unknown parameters of which are assumed to vary between known bounds. Each controller is computed in order to guarantee that the closed-loop system behavior is greater than the lower bound of a reference model set and is lower than the upper bound of this set. The synthesis presented here is mainly based on dioid, interval analysis and residuation theory. Key words: Discrete-event systems ; Timed event graphs ; Dioid ; Interval analysis ; Residuation theory ; Feedback synthesis
Mehdi Lhommeau, Laurent Hardouin, Bertrand Cottenc
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Type Journal
Year 2004
Where AUTOMATICA
Authors Mehdi Lhommeau, Laurent Hardouin, Bertrand Cottenceau, Luc Jaulin
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