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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
IFAC/IFIP Symposium on Software for Computer Control (3rd : 1982 : Madrid).
Software for computer control 1982
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gabriel A Ferraté; E A Puente; International Federation of Automatic Control.; International Federation for Information Processing.
|Description:||1 online resource (xii, 528 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Front Cover; Software for Computer Control 1982; Copyright Page; THIRD IFAC/IFIP SYMPOSIUM ON SOFTWARE FOR COMPUTER CONTROL; PREFACE; Table of Contents; PART I: PLENARY SESSION; CHAPTER 1. SPECIFICS OF REAL-TIME SOFTWARE DESIGN FOR MULTIPROCESSOR COMPUTER SYSTEMS; INTRODUCTION; PARALLEL ALGORITHMS; PARALLELIZATION OF THE COMPUTING PROCESS INTO SIMULTANEOUSLY EXECUTED SECTIONS OF PROGRAMS; PARALLEL PROGRAMS: NEW LANGUAGE AND DEBUG TOOLS; LEANS OF TRANSLATION PROVIDING AUTOLATIC PARALLELIZATION OP USER PROGRAMS. Operation systems which control the code of the computer process and provide their own parallel operationreferences; chapter 2. a unified presentation of model reference adaptive controllers and stochastic self tuning regulators (concepts, algorithms, applications); introduction; 2. model reference adaptive controllers and stochastic self-tuning regulators-basic principles; 3. combined linear tracking and regulation in deterministic and stochastic environment; 4. structures and objectives of deterministic and stochastic model reference adaptive control; 5. the parameter adaptation algorithms. 6. applications7. conclusions; references; chapter 3. on the development and implementation of parameter-adaptive controllers; 1. introduction; 2. parameter-adaptive control algorithms; 3 . pre-conditions for the applicability; 4. possible problems with the basic parameter-adaptive controllers; 5. a supervision level; 6. the parameter-interface; 7. an example for parameteradaptive control with supervision level and ""parameter-interface""; 8. steps for the application; 9. automatic adjustment of design factors; 10. implementation on process and microcomputers; 11. conclusions; references. Chapter 4. interprocess communication primitives for distributed process controlintroduction; requirements for real-time process control; design principles; system model; software requirements; communication primitives; an alternative approach; conclusion; acknowledgements; references; part ii: real-time languages and operating systems i; chapter 5. modeb: a real-time operating system kernel written in the high level programming language modula-2; introduction; modula-2; the ewic's tc8 rtos model; modeb; experience; conclusions; references. Chapter 6. real-time operating system software for a multiprocessor systemintroduction; hardware overview; software overview; operating system kernel; process memory management; exception process; system element addressing; an application; conclusion; references; part iii: real-time languages and operating systems ii; chapter 7. implementation of real-time facilities in pascal; introduction; the primitives of the kernel; example; implementation; summary and discussion; acknowledgements; references; appendix; chapter 8. programmable logic controllers and petri nets: a comparative study.|
|Series Title:||IFAC proceedings series.|
|Responsibility:||edited by G. Ferrate and E.A. Puente.|