Discrete event dynamic system


Discrete event dynamic system

In control engineering, a discrete event dynamic system (DEDS) is a discrete-state, event-driven system of which the state evolution depends entirely on the occurrence of asynchronous discrete events over time. Although similar to continuous-variable dynamic systems (CVDS), DEDS contains solely of discrete state spaces and event-driven state transition mechanisms.

Topics in DEDS include:

References

  • Cassandras, C.G.; Lafortune, S. (2008). Introduction to Discrete Event Systems. Springer. ISBN 0387333320. 
  • Kumar, R.; Garg, V. K. (1995). Modeling and Control of Logical Discrete Event Systems. Springer. ISBN 978-0792395386. 

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