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Integrated System Optimisation and Parameter Estimation Technique Using a Distributed Hierarchical Computer System

Integrated System Optimisation and Parameter Estimation Technique Using a Distributed Hierarchical Computer System
Integrated System Optimisation and Parameter Estimation Technique Using a Distributed Hierarchical Computer System
The practical implementation of an integrated system optimization and parameter estimation technique for hierarchical control of steady state systems has been investigated using a distributed hierarchical computer system. Problems associated with the on-line implementation of the technique have been discussed and methods for dealing with these problems are suggested and have been tested in the real-time situation. It is demonstrated that a double iterative version of the technique has important advantages under real time operation.
203-215
Springer
Chen, Sheng
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Roberts, P.D.
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Wadhwani, D.S.
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Singh, M. G.
Allidina, A. Y.
Daniels, B. K.
Chen, Sheng
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Roberts, P.D.
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Wadhwani, D.S.
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Singh, M. G.
Allidina, A. Y.
Daniels, B. K.

Chen, Sheng, Roberts, P.D. and Wadhwani, D.S. (1986) Integrated System Optimisation and Parameter Estimation Technique Using a Distributed Hierarchical Computer System. In, Singh, M. G., Allidina, A. Y. and Daniels, B. K. (eds.) Parallel Processing Techniques for Simulation. Springer, pp. 203-215. (doi:10.1007/978-1-4684-5218-1_15).

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The practical implementation of an integrated system optimization and parameter estimation technique for hierarchical control of steady state systems has been investigated using a distributed hierarchical computer system. Problems associated with the on-line implementation of the technique have been discussed and methods for dealing with these problems are suggested and have been tested in the real-time situation. It is demonstrated that a double iterative version of the technique has important advantages under real time operation.

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Published date: 1986

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Local EPrints ID: 454484
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/454484
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Author: Sheng Chen
Author: P.D. Roberts
Author: D.S. Wadhwani
Editor: M. G. Singh
Editor: A. Y. Allidina
Editor: B. K. Daniels

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