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Illustrated with real-life manufacturing examples, Formal Methods in Manufacturing provides state-of-the-art solutions to common problems in manufacturing systems. Assuming some knowledge of discrete event systems theory, the book first delivers a detailed introduction to the most important formalisms used for the modeling, analysis, and control of manufacturing systems (including Petri nets, automata, and max-plus algebra), explaining the advantages of each formal method. It then employs the different formalisms to solve specific problems taken from today's industrial world, such as modeling and simulation, supervisory control (including deadlock prevention) in a distributed and/or decentralized environment, performance evaluation (including scheduling and optimization), fault diagnosis and diagnosability analysis, and reconfiguration. Containing chapters written by leading experts in their respective fields, Formal Methods in Manufacturing helps researchers and application engineers handle fundamental principles and deal with typical quality goals in the design and operation of manufacturing systems. "The book gives a comprehensive overview of the state of the art of formal approaches to engineering issues in manufacturing. Readers can benefit from this aggregated knowledge and learn about the benefits of each method." - Professor Dr.-Ing. habil. Armin Zimmermann, Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany "... authors are well known authors in the discrete event systems community and it is a guarantee that the material is a high quality and very well presented. The problems are studied from different perspectives, using different formal models: finite state automata, Petri nets, stochastic fluid models, max-plus algebras permitting to the reader to understand the advantages and disadvantages of each formalism. In all chapters, many examples are considered, facilitating the understanding of the theoretical methods making also the book more attractive for the reader. -Cristian Mahulea, University of Zaragoza "This book is a must for engineers, researchers, students and educators that work in the areas of manufacturing systems and discrete event systems." -Christoforos N. Hadjicostis, ECE Department, University of CyprusPreface Editors Contributors Modelling and Simulations of Manufacturing Systems Modelling Manufacturing Systems with Place/Transition Nets and Timed Petri Nets Maria Paola Cabasino, Mariagrazia Dotoli, and Carla Seatzu Modelling Manufacturing Systems in a Dioid Framework Thomas Brunsch, Laurent Hardouin, and Jorg Raisch Modelling Manufacturing Systems and Inventory Control Systems with Hybrid Petri Nets Maria Paola Cabasino, Alessandro Giua, and Carla Seatzu Hybrid Models for the Control and Optimization of Manufacturing Systems Christos G. Cassandras and Chen Yao Freight Transportation in Distributed Logistic Chains Angela Di Febbraro and Nicola Sacco Supervisory Control of Manufacturing Systems Deadlock Avoidance Policies for Automated Manufacturing Systems Using Finite State Automata Spyros Reveliotis and Ahmed Nazeem Structural Deadlock Prevention Policies for Flexible Manufacturing Systems: A Petri Net Outlook Juan-Pablo Lopez-Grao, Jose-Manuel Colom, and Fernando Tricas Deadlock Avoidance Policies in Production Systems by a Digraph Approach Maria Pia Fanti, Bruno Maione, and Biagio Turchiano Supervisory Control of Manufacturing Systems Using Petri Nets Carla Seatzu and Xiaolan Xie Supervisory Control of Manufacturing Systems Using Extended Finite Automata Martin Fabian, Zhennan Fei, Sajed Miremadi, Bengt Lennartson, and Knut Akesson Inference-Based and Modular Decentralized Control of Manufacturing Systems with Event-Driven Dynamics Shigemasa Takai and Ratnesh Kumar Model Predictive Control of Manufacturing Systems with Max-Plus Algebra Ton J.J. van den Boom and Bart De Schutter Performance Evaluation of Manufacturing Systems and Supply Chains Performance Evaluation of Flexible Manufacturing Systems by Coloured Timed Petri Nets and Timed State Space Generation Gasper Music, Liana Napalkova, and Miquel Angel Piera Performance Evaluation and Control of Manufacturing Systems: A Continuous Petri Nets View Manuel Silva, Estibaliz Fraca, and Liewei Wang Performance Evaluation of Flexible Manufacturing Systems with Timed Process Algebra Maria Carmen Ruiz, Diego Cazorla, Fernando Cuartero, and Hermenegilda Macia Lean Buffer Design in Production Systems Jingshan Li, Semyon M. Meerkov, and Xiang Zhong Inventory Allocation and Cycle Time Estimation in Manufacturing and Supply Systems Liming Liu and Yang Sun Minimizing Total Place Capacity under Throughput Constraint for a Weighted Timed Event Graph Alix Munier Kordon Scheduling of Semiconductor Manufacturing Systems Using Petri Nets Fei Qiao and MengChu Zhou Model Synthesis, Planning, Scheduling and Simulation of Health-Care Delivery Systems Using Petri Nets Vincent Augusto and Xiaolan Xie Fault Diagnosis of Manufacturing Systems Fault Diagnosis of Manufacturing Systems Using Finite State Automata Stephane Lafortune, Richard Hill, and Andrea Paoli Fault Diagnosis in Petri Nets Elvia Ruiz-Beltran, Antonio Ramirez-Trevino, and J.L. Orozco-Mora Online Control Reconfiguration for Manufacturing Systems Yannick Nke and Jan Lunze Index


Szczegóły: Formal Methods in Manufacturing

Tytuł: Formal Methods in Manufacturing
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781466561557
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 716
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.5 kg


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Formal Methods in Manufacturing

Illustrated with real-life manufacturing examples, Formal Methods in Manufacturing provides state-of-the-art solutions to common problems in manufacturing systems. Assuming some knowledge of discrete event systems theory, the book first delivers a detailed introduction to the most important formalisms used for the modeling, analysis, and control of manufacturing systems (including Petri nets, automata, and max-plus algebra), explaining the advantages of each formal method. It then employs the different formalisms to solve specific problems taken from today's industrial world, such as modeling and simulation, supervisory control (including deadlock prevention) in a distributed and/or decentralized environment, performance evaluation (including scheduling and optimization), fault diagnosis and diagnosability analysis, and reconfiguration. Containing chapters written by leading experts in their respective fields, Formal Methods in Manufacturing helps researchers and application engineers handle fundamental principles and deal with typical quality goals in the design and operation of manufacturing systems. "The book gives a comprehensive overview of the state of the art of formal approaches to engineering issues in manufacturing. Readers can benefit from this aggregated knowledge and learn about the benefits of each method." - Professor Dr.-Ing. habil. Armin Zimmermann, Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany "... authors are well known authors in the discrete event systems community and it is a guarantee that the material is a high quality and very well presented. The problems are studied from different perspectives, using different formal models: finite state automata, Petri nets, stochastic fluid models, max-plus algebras permitting to the reader to understand the advantages and disadvantages of each formalism. In all chapters, many examples are considered, facilitating the understanding of the theoretical methods making also the book more attractive for the reader. -Cristian Mahulea, University of Zaragoza "This book is a must for engineers, researchers, students and educators that work in the areas of manufacturing systems and discrete event systems." -Christoforos N. Hadjicostis, ECE Department, University of CyprusPreface Editors Contributors Modelling and Simulations of Manufacturing Systems Modelling Manufacturing Systems with Place/Transition Nets and Timed Petri Nets Maria Paola Cabasino, Mariagrazia Dotoli, and Carla Seatzu Modelling Manufacturing Systems in a Dioid Framework Thomas Brunsch, Laurent Hardouin, and Jorg Raisch Modelling Manufacturing Systems and Inventory Control Systems with Hybrid Petri Nets Maria Paola Cabasino, Alessandro Giua, and Carla Seatzu Hybrid Models for the Control and Optimization of Manufacturing Systems Christos G. Cassandras and Chen Yao Freight Transportation in Distributed Logistic Chains Angela Di Febbraro and Nicola Sacco Supervisory Control of Manufacturing Systems Deadlock Avoidance Policies for Automated Manufacturing Systems Using Finite State Automata Spyros Reveliotis and Ahmed Nazeem Structural Deadlock Prevention Policies for Flexible Manufacturing Systems: A Petri Net Outlook Juan-Pablo Lopez-Grao, Jose-Manuel Colom, and Fernando Tricas Deadlock Avoidance Policies in Production Systems by a Digraph Approach Maria Pia Fanti, Bruno Maione, and Biagio Turchiano Supervisory Control of Manufacturing Systems Using Petri Nets Carla Seatzu and Xiaolan Xie Supervisory Control of Manufacturing Systems Using Extended Finite Automata Martin Fabian, Zhennan Fei, Sajed Miremadi, Bengt Lennartson, and Knut Akesson Inference-Based and Modular Decentralized Control of Manufacturing Systems with Event-Driven Dynamics Shigemasa Takai and Ratnesh Kumar Model Predictive Control of Manufacturing Systems with Max-Plus Algebra Ton J.J. van den Boom and Bart De Schutter Performance Evaluation of Manufacturing Systems and Supply Chains Performance Evaluation of Flexible Manufacturing Systems by Coloured Timed Petri Nets and Timed State Space Generation Gasper Music, Liana Napalkova, and Miquel Angel Piera Performance Evaluation and Control of Manufacturing Systems: A Continuous Petri Nets View Manuel Silva, Estibaliz Fraca, and Liewei Wang Performance Evaluation of Flexible Manufacturing Systems with Timed Process Algebra Maria Carmen Ruiz, Diego Cazorla, Fernando Cuartero, and Hermenegilda Macia Lean Buffer Design in Production Systems Jingshan Li, Semyon M. Meerkov, and Xiang Zhong Inventory Allocation and Cycle Time Estimation in Manufacturing and Supply Systems Liming Liu and Yang Sun Minimizing Total Place Capacity under Throughput Constraint for a Weighted Timed Event Graph Alix Munier Kordon Scheduling of Semiconductor Manufacturing Systems Using Petri Nets Fei Qiao and MengChu Zhou Model Synthesis, Planning, Scheduling and Simulation of Health-Care Delivery Systems Using Petri Nets Vincent Augusto and Xiaolan Xie Fault Diagnosis of Manufacturing Systems Fault Diagnosis of Manufacturing Systems Using Finite State Automata Stephane Lafortune, Richard Hill, and Andrea Paoli Fault Diagnosis in Petri Nets Elvia Ruiz-Beltran, Antonio Ramirez-Trevino, and J.L. Orozco-Mora Online Control Reconfiguration for Manufacturing Systems Yannick Nke and Jan Lunze Index

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Szczegóły: Formal Methods in Manufacturing

Tytuł: Formal Methods in Manufacturing
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781466561557
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 716
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