Distributed Computer Control Systems 1981 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080286723, 9781483152806

Distributed Computer Control Systems 1981

1st Edition

Proceedings of the Third IFAC Workshop, Beijing, China, 15-17 August 1981

Editors: William E. Miller
eBook ISBN: 9781483152806
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1982
Page Count: 198
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Description

Distributed Computer Control Systems 1981 covers the proceedings of the Third IFAC Workshop, held in Beijing, China on August 13-17, 1981. The book focuses on the advancements of processes, technologies, and approaches employed in distributed computer control systems (DCCS).

The selection first offers information on the summary report of the Third IFAC Workshop on Distributed Computer Control Systems and application of DCCS to the modernization of metal rolling mills. Discussions focus on system architecture, hot strip process, software structuring, and man-machine interface. The text then examines distributed microcomputer control systems for electrical power plants; distributed versus centralized computer control systems of industrial continuous process; and practical considerations for design and implementation of distributed digital control.

The text takes a look at the architectural considerations of DCCS and its use in scientific experiments. Topics include system interaction software for the ECN, architectural schemes of DCCS, comparison of DCCS and multiprocessors, generalization of the concept of parallelism, and combined architectural realization of parallelism. The partitioning and synchronization concepts for computing dynamical systems algorithms on distributed computer control networks and scheduling of DCCS for industrial robots are also discussed.

The selection is a vital reference for readers interested in distributed computer control systems.

Table of Contents


Preface

Summary Report

Welcoming Address

Welcoming Address

Opening Address

DCCS Case Studies (Session 1)

Application of Distributed Computer Control Systems to Modernization of Metal Rolling Mills

Distributed Micro Computer Control Systems for Electrical Power Plants

DCCS Design And Architecture (Session 2)

Distributed Versus Centralized Computer Control Systems of Industrial Continuous Process

Distributed Digital Control: Practical Considerations for Design and Implementation

Architectural Considerations of Distributed Computer Control Systems

Distributed Computer Control System for Scientific Experiments

Communication (Session 3)

Partitioning and Synchronization Concepts for Computing Dynamical Systems Algorithms on Distributed Computer Control Networks

Link Bandwidth Planning for Distributed Computer Control Systems

The Communication Software on a Node of the RDC Network

DCCS Structures And Specifications (Session 4)

A Modular Multi-Microprocessor Distributed Control System

Scheduling of Distributed Computer Control Systems for Industrial Robots

Language Structures and Management Method in a Distributed Real-Time Environment

On the Specification of Distributed Computer Control Systems

DCCS Case Studies II (Session 5)

Essential Features of the CERN SPS Distributed Control System

Distributed Microcomputers for the Automation of Electric Power Distribution Processes

Multi-Processor System for Bruce Nuclear Power Plant Training Simulator

DCCS Case Studies III (Session 6)

A Distributed Computing System for Energy Management

Local Area Network Standards - A Status Report

Panel Session - Human Engineering Aspects and Education of DCCS Operators

Closing Addresses

Details

No. of pages:
198
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1982
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483152806

About the Editor

William E. Miller