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Formal approach to compute hybrid automata models for linear physical systems with switches

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This paper considers the computation of a hybrid automaton that models the behaviour of a switching linear physical system using energy considerations. The system is represented in a compositional way with bond graphs that include switches. In a first step the switches are considered from a functional point of view. This allows to determine the locations that are associated to consistent configuration of switches, the continuous activities and the jumps. In a second step elementary models of switches are introduced and allow to determine the invariants and the guards of transitions. The approach is exemplified with a simple electronics circuit

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Computer Aided Control Systems Design, 2004 IEEE International Symposium on

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4-4 Sept. 2004