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Title: Advanced methods for recurrent hierarchical systems modeling. Application to producer-consumer distributed energy production systems
Authors: Minca, E.
Filip, F.
Racoceanu, D. 
Stefan, V.
Stefan, A.
Keywords: Fuzzy detection
Fuzzy logic
Fuzzy reasoning
T-temporized Petri nets
Issue Date: 2009
Source: Minca, E.,Filip, F.,Racoceanu, D.,Stefan, V.,Stefan, A. (2009). Advanced methods for recurrent hierarchical systems modeling. Application to producer-consumer distributed energy production systems. Proceedings of 2009 7th Asian Control Conference, ASCC 2009 : 1542-1547. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This article proposes a Fuzzy Recurrent Synchronized Petri Networks (PNetSinFREC), dedicated to implementing the recurrent appearance of the functions of monitoring-decision. The proposed instrument improves a previous proposal because it proposes modeling the decision function in both autonomous and non-autonomous hierarchical systems. PNetSinFREC integrates fuzzy logic in modeling temporal aspects of the occurrence of monitored events. We propose two types of structural systems decision: hierarchical autonomous system and hierarchical distributed non-autonomous system. On each level there are events with equal probabilities of occurrence I detection. Proposed typology provides a recurrent behavior to the horizontal firing of the networks, which allows the detection of the occurrence I persistence of the external events monitored. It proposes an application for monitoring of the PNetSinFREC in a distributed system for production I consumption from renewable energy with photovoltaic solar panels. ©2009 ACA.
Source Title: Proceedings of 2009 7th Asian Control Conference, ASCC 2009
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/41475
ISBN: 9788995605691
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