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Fault-Tolerant Control of Asynchronous Sequential Machines with Input Faults
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 Title & Authors
Fault-Tolerant Control of Asynchronous Sequential Machines with Input Faults
Yang, Jung-Min;
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 Abstract
Corrective control for asynchronous sequential machines is a novel automatic control theory that compensates illegal behavior or adverse effects of faults in the operation of existent asynchronous machines. In this paper, we propose a scheme of diagnosing and tolerating faults occurring to input channels of corrective control systems. The corrective controller can detect faults occurring in the input channel to the controlled machine, whereas those faults happening in the external input channel cannot be detected. The proposed scheme involves an outer operator which, upon receiving the state feedback, diagnoses a fault and sends an appropriate command signal to the controller for tolerating faults in the external input channel.
 Keywords
Asynchronous Sequential Machines;Corrective Control;Fault Diagnosis and Tolerance;Input Faults;
 Language
Korean
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