Behaviour classification for integrated process supervision

R. R. Leitch, H. C. Quek

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Abstract

This paper proposes a classification of system behaviours that allows the generic control methods to be identified and clearly related. It then presents a strategy for integrated process supervision that provides for the controlled evolution through the different control regimes. The generality of the strategy is independent of a particular realisation of individual control regimes, thereby allowing AI methods and 'classical' control techniques to co-exist within an integrated framework. The system has been fully implemented on a SUN 3/160 workstation and validated on a laboratory scale process rig. An overview of the results obtained from a scheme utilising a standard 'Three-Term' controller, a simple adaptive system and fault diagnosis based on a qualitative model of the process rig is presented.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)127-133
Number of pages7
JournalIEE Conference Publication
Volume1
Issue number332
Publication statusPublished - 1991
EventInternational Conference on CONTROL '91 - Edinburgh, Scotl
Duration: 25 Mar 199128 Mar 1991

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    Leitch, R. R., & Quek, H. C. (1991). Behaviour classification for integrated process supervision. IEE Conference Publication, 1(332), 127-133.