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On supervisory control for timed automata using urgency - invited session

Spathopoulos, M.P. (2003) On supervisory control for timed automata using urgency - invited session. In: IEEE Conference on Methods and Models in Automation and Robotics, 2003-08-01.

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Abstract

The supervisory controller is state feedback and disables discrete-event transitions in order to solve the non-blocking forbidden state problem. The non-blocking problem is defined under both strong and weak conditions. For the latter maximally permissive solutions that are computable on a finite quotient space characterised by language equivalence are derived.