Distributed Computer Control Systems 1982 focuses on the emerging trends in different areas on the use of computers. The text gives emphasis on computer programming, multiprocessor computer systems, and control systems that are considered important in the use of computers.
The book presents various studies on how parallelization can affect the function of multiprocessor computer systems; the initiative being carried out by standardization groups involved in local area communication in improving distributed computer control systems; and how the sensor-base-management-system aids in distributed computer systems architecture. The text also presents studies on the analysis and development of protocols among distributed computer networks; how a distributed computer control system can efficiently work in a plant setting; and the problems associated with the design and implementation of this system and ways to solve them.
The monograph is a great find for those who are involved and interested in computer engineering, computer programming, and in the design, implementation, and control of computer systems.
Welcome Address - T. Vamos, President of IFAC Welcome Address - B. Tamm, Workshop Chairman Session 1. R.-R, Tavast, Chairman Software Design Specifics for Multiprocessor Control Systems Discussion Session 2. L.F. Natiello, Chairman IEEE Project 802: Local Area Network Standard A March 1982 Status Report Discussion Standardization Work for Communication among Distributed Computer Control Systems Discussion Session 3. L. Rosza, Chairman Development and Quantitative Evaluation of Distributed Sensor Based Management System Discussion Nova Control System - Goals, Architecture and System Design Discussion Session 4. A. Work, Chairman A Memory Intensive Functional Architecture for Distributed Computer Control Systems Discussion Implementation and Performance Evaluation of a Distributed Splitted-Bus Multiple Computer System Discussion Session 5. M. Maxwell, Chairman On the Design of Hierarchical Process Control Computer Systems Discussion A Model Based Design of Distributed Control Systems Software Discussion Session 6. M.G. Rodd, Chairman Parallel Processing for Real-Time Control and Simulation of DCCS Discussion On the Distribution of Tasks in Automation Systems Discussion Session 7. Lan Jin, Chairman Software Test Facilities with Distributed Architecture Discussion A Communication System for Use in an Industrial Distributed Control System Discussion Session 8. G.G. Wood, Chairman Development and Analysis of Protocols for Distributed Computer Networks Discussion Ring Computer Networks for Real Time Process Control Discussion Session 9. T.J. Harrison, Chairman Panel Discussion Bottlenecks in the Design and Implementation of DCCS and the Ways to Fight Them Introductory Statements Discussion Additional Papers EMUNET-Emulator of Network Systems The
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