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Discrete Event Dynamic Systems

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Discrete Event Dynamic Systems: An Overview. Abstract. In this report we present an overview for the development of a theory for discrete event dynamic systems (DEDS). Dynamic systems are usually modeled by finite state automata with partially overservable events together with a mechanism for enabling and disabling a subset of state transitions. These features lend themselves to the term discrete event system for thiS class of dynamic systems. A substantial portion of this book is a revised version of Discrete Event Systems: Modeling and Performance Analysis (), written by the first author, which received the HAROLD CHESTNUT PRIZE awarded by the International Federation of.

  The content focuses on the modeling of a class of dynamic systems usually called “discrete event systems” where the timing of the events is crucial. Events are viewed as sudden changes in a process which is, essentially, a man-made system, such as automated manufacturing lines or transportation systems. This journal publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed papers on the modeling and control of discrete event dynamical systems (DEDS). It presents general theories and methodologies of DEDSs and their applications as well as discusses practical problems from which some generally applicable DEDS theories or methodologies can be formulated.

Computer modeling and simulation (MS) allows engineers to study and analyze complex systems. Discrete-event system (DES)-MS is used in modern management, industrial engineering, computer science, and the military. As computer speeds and memory capacity increase, so DES-MS tools become more powerful and more widely used in solving real-life problems. Based on . Discrete-event dynamic systems (DEDs) permeate our world, being of great importance in modern manufacturing processes, transportation and various forms of computer and communications networking. Modeling and Control of Discrete-event Dynamic Systems begins with the mathematical basics required for the study of DEDs and moves on to present.


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A discrete-event simulation (DES) models the operation of a system as a sequence of events in time. Each event occurs at a particular instant in time and marks a change of state in the system. Between consecutive events, no change in the system is assumed to occur; thus the simulation time can directly jump to the occurrence time of the next event, which is called next-event time.

Modeling and Control of Discrete-event Dynamic Systems begins with the mathematical basics required for the study of DEDs and moves on to present various tools used in their modeling and control. Among the instruments explained are many forms of Petri net, Grafcet (the sequential function chart), state charts, formal languages and max-plus Cited by: Introduction to Discrete Event Systems is a comprehensive introduction to the field of discrete event systems, offering a breadth of coverage that makes the material accessible to readers of varied backgrounds.

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Switch Edition. Academic Edition; Corporate Edition; Home; Impressum. In control engineering, a discrete event dynamic system (DEDS) is a discrete-state, event-driven system of which the state evolution depends entirely on the occurrence of asynchronous discrete events over time. Although similar to continuous-variable dynamic systems (CVDS), DEDS consists solely of discrete state spaces and event-driven state transition mechanisms.

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systems. DES can model continuous systems, as well as mixed discrete and continuous processes, but is best suited to modeling discrete processes. Other distinctions between these methodologies will be discussed in the context of key SD concepts. Key System Dynamics concepts and their relationship to Discrete Event Simulation.

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Collecting the work of the foremost scientists in the field, Discrete-Event Modeling and Simulation: Theory and Applications presents the state of the art in modeling discrete-event systems using the discrete-event system specification (DEVS) approach.

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