Real Time Programming 1985 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080334509, 9781483298030

Real Time Programming 1985

1st Edition

Proceedings of the 13th IFAC/IFIP Workshop, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA, 7-8 October 1985

Editors: G.M. Bull T.J. Williams
eBook ISBN: 9781483298030
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 30th June 1986
Page Count: 117
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Table of Contents

(partial) The computer - a tool for statistical process control, A M Fischer. A description of an on-line statistical quality control package, J R Rushing. Implementing on-line statistical quality control techniques, R C Conroy & G Coleman. Software requirements for statistical quality control, D L Ulery. Software architecture of large distributed process control systems, M Horvai et al. A link between data abstraction and concurrency, G M Bull & R J Mitchell. Integration of textual and graphic languages for real-time programming, D R Benedick. Graphical programming languages for programmable controllers, J H Christensen. A work station for the computer assisted design of real-time control systems, R Hurteau & R M De Santis. A hierarchical graphics interface for control systems programming, M Buchner. How control languages should be designed with an integrated example design, E H Bristol. A programming language for batch process control, R H Caro. Software for data acquisition and control, K H Clement & L Hallager.


Examines the entire field of real-time programming, with emphasis on the most recent developments in industrial control and the design of process control systems. The topics covered include programming of statistical quality control applications, graphical languages for real-time programming, programming of personal computers and work stations for real-time applications. Contains 17 papers.


Of particular interest to control, mechanical and industrial engineers, systems analysts and computer scientists.


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G.M. Bull Editor

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Hatfield Polytechnic, UK

T.J. Williams Editor

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