Computer Aided Design in Control and Engineering Systems contains the proceedings of the 3rd International Federation of Automatic Control/International Federation for Information Processing Symposium held in Lyngby, Denmark, from July 31 to August 2, 1985. The papers review the state of the art and the trends in development of computer aided design (CAD) of control and engineering systems, techniques, procedures, and concepts. This book is comprised of 74 chapters divided into 17 sections and begins with a description of a prototype computer environment that combines expert control system analysis and design tools. The discussion then turns to decision support systems which could be used to address problems of management and control of large-scale multiproduct multiline batch manufacturing outside the mechanical engineering industries. The following chapters focus on the use of CAD in control education, industrial applications of CAD, and hardware/software systems. Some examples of universal and specialized CAD packages are presented, and applications of CAD in electric power plants, process control systems, and transportation systems are highlighted. The remaining chapters look at CAD/computer aided engineering/computer aided manufacturing systems as well as the use of mathematical methods in CAD. This monograph will be of interest to practitioners in computer science, computer engineering, and industrial engineering.Races due to primary inputs are eliminated in the early beginning by using cyclic Grey code. ... manual synthesis is almost impractical when large-scale networks are encountered. ... Washington University, Washington DC, and has been completed in Compa uter Center in PoA¾arevac, on Honeywell L6/53 Computer.
|Title||:||Computer Aided Design in Control and Engineering Systems|
|Author||:||P. Martin Larsen, N. E. Hansen|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2014-05-17|