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Title: High-level petri nets control modules for service-oriented devices: a case study
Authors: Mendes, João M.
Leitão, Paulo
Colombo, Armando W.
Restivo, Francisco
Keywords: Service-oriented
High-level petri nets
Reconfigurable production systems
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: Mendes, J. Marco; Leitão, Paulo; Colombo, Armando W.; Restivo, Francisco (2008) - High-level petri nets control modules for service-oriented devices: a case study. In 34th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society. Orlando, Florida, US. p.1487-1492.
Abstract: This paper describes a solution for the control of service-oriented devices based on modular and special adapted High-Level Petri Nets process description of intra- and intercontrol activities. The procedure is applied on a case study scenario, corresponding to a real transfer system made of several control devices represented as service-oriented components able to share information between them. The High-Level Petri Nets are adapted to associable models applicable to describe control processes and sufficient elastic for different control strategies. Valuable and flexible control features are obtained from its application, such as an integrated methodology for the modular control with decision support and validation.
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