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Modeling of Interacting Continuous Time and Discrete Event Systems: an Example.

Peleties, P.; DeCarlo, R.

In: Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Annual Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing, 1988, Monticello, IL, USA; Vol. 2, pages 1150-1159. Urbana, IL, USA: Univ. Illinois, 1988.

Abstract: This paper discusses an example of the management for profit of a fishery resource for the purpose of demonstrating a proposed model for continuous time/discrete event systems (hybrid systems). A Petri net will subsume the discrete event (management) aspects of the hybrid system while a nonlinear first order state model will subsume the continuous time (growth and harvesting) aspects. Generic event-based interfaces are defined so as to free the model from specific applications.

Keywords: discrete event system; continuous time modelling; hybrid system; nonlinear first order state model; event-based interface.

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