Abstraction-based control for not necessarily closed behaviours

2011-01-01
Moor, Thomas
Schmidt, Klaus Verner
Wittmann, Thomas
This paper addresses abstraction-based supervisory control for plant and specification behaviours that are not necessarily ω-closed, i.e. plant behaviours that exhibit eventuality properties and specifications that impose eventuality properties on the closed loop. Technically, the core idea is to combine results from previous work on abstraction-based supervision of input-output behaviours with results on supervisory control of ω-languages. As our main result, we identify a controllability condition for the plant, that ensures a nonblocking closed-loop behaviour with a controller that has been obtained for a plant abstraction.

Citation Formats
T. Moor, K. V. Schmidt, and T. Wittmann, “Abstraction-based control for not necessarily closed behaviours,” IFAC Proceedings Volumes (IFAC-PapersOnline), vol. 44, pp. 6988–6993, 2011, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/46594.