[CLB16] Monitor design with multiple self-loops for maximally permissive supervisors

Revue Internationale avec comité de lecture : Journal ISA Transactions, vol. 61, pp. 129-140, 2016

Mots clés: Petri net; Flexible manufacturing system (FMS); Deadlock prevention; Supervisory control; Self-loop

Résumé: In this paper, we improve the previous work by considering that a control place can have multiple self-loops. Then, two integer linear programming problems (ILPPs) are formulated. Based on the first ILPP, an iterative deadlock control policy is developed, where a control place is computed at each iteration to implement as many marking/transition separation instances (MTSIs) as possible. The second ILPP can find a set of control places to implement all MTSIs and the objective function is used to minimize the number of control places. It is a non-iterative deadlock control strategy since we need to solve the ILPP only once. Both ILPPs can make all legal markings reachable in the controlled system, i.e., the obtained supervisor is behaviorally optimal. Finally, we provide examples to illustrate the proposed approaches.


Collaboration: Muhendislik-Mimarlık Fakutesi


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