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Stable Behavior and Stabilizing Supervisor for Discrete Event Dynamical Systems
The paper studies stability and stabilizability of Discrete event Dynamical Systems (DEDS's) in the framework of Ramadge and Wonham. We define stability and stabilizability in terms of the behavior of the DEDS's, i.e. the ...
Predicates and Predicate Transformers for Supervisory Control of Discrete Event Dynamical Systems
Most discrete event system models are based on defining the alphabet set or the set of events as a fundamental concept. In this paper, we take an alternative view of treating the state space as the fundamental concept. We ...
Probabilistic Language Framework for Stochastic Discrete Event Systems
We introduce the notion of probabilistic languages to describe the qualitative behavior of stochastic discrete event systems. Regular language operators such as choice, concatenation, and Kleene-closure have been defined ...
Finite Buffer Realization of Input-Output Discrete Event Systems
Many discrete event systems (DESs) such as manufacturing systems, data base management systems, communication networks, traffic systems, etc., can be modeled as input-output discrete event systems (I/O DESs). In this paper ...