7 edition of Limited Data Rate in Control Systems with Networks (Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences) found in the catalog.
May 3, 2002 by Springer .
Written in English
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This book incorporates data rate issues that arise in control design for systems involving communication networks. The general setup is that, given a plant, a communication channel with limited data rate and control objectives, one must find a controller that uses the channel in the feedback loop to achieve the control objectives.
This book incorporates data rate issues that arise in control design for systems involving communication networks. The book therefore provides the fundamentals of the networks used in control systems, based on hybrid systems theory. There are many data communications titles covering design, installation, etc, but almost none that specifically focus on industrial networks, which are an essential part of the day-to-day work of industrial control systems engineers, and the main focus.
Cite this chapter as: () Distributed control over networks. In: Limited Data Rate in Control Systems with Networks. Lecture Notes in Control Limited Data Rate in Control Systems with Networks book Information Sciences, vol Two-time winner of the best Computer Science and Engineering textbook of the year award from the Textbook and Academic Authors Association, including the current edition.
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For a serial bus the process of sending data is one bit at one time. This is in contrast to parallel communications, where all the bits of each symbol are sent together. Wireless field busses are nowadays still in development. Because of this, the use of wireless field buses is limited in control systems.
Why not use the same network everywhere. Neural networks - an introduction, K. Warwick; digital neural networks, A. Redgers and I.
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