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Mapping of IEC 61499 function blocks to automation protocols within the TORERO approach

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5 Author(s)
Schwab, C. ; Center Distributed Syst., Magdeburg Univ. ; Tangermann, M. ; Luder, A. ; Kalogeras, A.
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The design of distributed control systems (DCS) contains three major parts: (1) the programming of the control application code of the DCS, (2) the functional allocation of the control application code to the specific devices that the DCS consists of, and (3) the mapping of the distributed control application code to the underlying communication platform depending on the distribution. This paper presents an approach for the mapping of event triggered IEC 61499 function blocks to the underlying automation protocols, whereas time triggered and event triggered automation protocols will be considered. This work is part of the research project TORERO, which is funded by the European Commission under the IST program

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Industrial Informatics, 2004. INDIN '04. 2004 2nd IEEE International Conference on

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26-26 June 2004