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Perspectives of CACSD: embedding the control system design process into a virtual engineering environment

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The high computation and visualization power now available at the control engineer's desk opens the perspective of embedding CACSD Technology into a virtual engineering environment. This enables concurrent interaction of control engineering with multidisciplinary high-fidelity system dynamics modeling, and supports a fundamental change of the conventional control design tuning process in a computation framework of fast nonlinear simulation, automatic search for feasible solutions, and interactive multiobjective optimization to trade-off conflicting design requirements. Such an environment promotes active decision support to foster the control engineer's role as the prime decision maker in system dynamics design

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Computer Aided Control System Design, 1999. Proceedings of the 1999 IEEE International Symposium on

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