Degree Granting Department
Industrial and Management Systems Engineering
Ali Yalcin, Ph.D.
Marilyn Barger, Ph.D.
Richard Gilbert, Ph.D.
William Miller, Ph.D.
Automated Manufacturing Systems, Supervisory Control Theory, Petri Nets, Discrete Events Systems, Ladder Logic Diagram
An important consideration in discrete event dynamic systems control theory is the selection of a suitable modeling formalism that can capture the complex characteristics of the system and the capability to automatically synthesize a controller based on the system model. Net condition event systems are well suited for modeling complex discrete event dynamic systems owing to their input and output structure, which effectively captures the behavior of the physical devices to be monitored and/or controlled. To date, net condition event systems control models have not been extensively applied to highly automated manufacturing systems and there are few guidelines on how to automatically generate Programmable Logic Controller programming languages from net condition event systems models. This research automatically converted net condition event systems control models into Programmable Logic Controller programming language and evaluated the applicability of the proposed methodology in highly automated manufacturing systems using HAS-200 as a test bed.
Scholar Commons Citation
Sandberg, Natalia, "Automatic Generation of PLC Code Based on Net Condition Event Systems" (2008). USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations.