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Proceedings of the 44th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control

Date 15-15 Dec. 2005

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  • Welcome from the General Chair CDC-ECC05

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  • Table of contents

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  • Welcome from the presidents of IEEE CSS and EUCA CDC-ECC'05

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  • The CDC-ECC'05 Review Process

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  • Organizing Committees

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  • The Theory-Practice Gap: Where are We?

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  • Bode Lecture: Reducing Highway Congestion: An Empirical Approach

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  • Dynamic Programming and Suboptimal Control: From ADP to MPC

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  • Control Strategies in Atomic Force Microscopy

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  • Identification for Control: From the Early Achievements to the Revival of Experiment Design

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  • Fun-To-Drive By Feedback

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  • Energy Management and Drivability Control of Hybrid-Electric Vehicles

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  • An Industrial View on the Areas for Future Controls Research

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  • Registration

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  • Travel Information

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  • Awards Ceremony and Reception

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  • Control, Estimation, and Optimization of Interconnected Systems: From Theory to Industrial Applications

    Publication Year: 2005, Page(s):24 - 26
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    Summary form only given, as follows. Large networks of interconnected dynamical systems are becoming prevalent in modern technological applications, as exemplified by the development of cross-directional control systems for paper machines, power distribution systems, automated highways, formations of unmanned aerial vehicles, and arrays of microcantilevers for massively parallel data storage, to n... View full abstract»

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  • Conference committee

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  • CDC-ECC'05 Technical Program

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  • Session Index

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  • A generic approach to the control of discrete event systems

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    In this paper, we present extensions of the framework of the μ-calculus which allow us to handle in a very generic and extensible way many control problems. The fundamental new tool is a division operator, and two new modalities are given as examples which allow us to handle observability and distinguishability. Furthermore, all this gives rise to a method for the synthesis of controllers whi... View full abstract»

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  • Decentralized Observation Problems

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    A fundamental observation problem is, given a model of the system to be observed and a specification of the property to be observed, to check whether the property is observable (i.e., the observer can resolve potential ambiguities due to partial observation capabilities) and if so to (automatically) synthesize an observer. We consider a simple case of the above setting, namely, where the system mo... View full abstract»

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  • On the Architectures in Decentralized Supervisory Control

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    In this paper, we clarify the notion of architecture in decentralized control, in order to investigate the realizability problem: given a discrete-event system, a desired behavior and an architecture for a decentralized control, can the desired behavior be achieved by decentralized controllers in accordance with the given architecture? We consider the problem for any mu-calculus definable behavior... View full abstract»

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  • Symbolic sub-systems and symbolic control of linear systems

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    This paper presents an approach to the control of continuous systems through the use of symbolic models describing the system behavior only at a finite number of points in the state space. These symbolic models can be seen as abstract representations of the continuous dynamics enabling the use of algorithmic controller design methods. We identify a class of linear control systems for which the los... View full abstract»

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  • Bisimilarity Control under Partial Observation of Deterministic Discrete Event Systems

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    The complexity of the general bisimilarity control problem under partial observation is doubly exponential in the product of the plant and the specification sizes [7]. In order to identify a special case where the complexity may be more manageable, we restrict attention to the class of deterministic plants. In this case, the complexity of verifying existence of a controller turns out to be polynom... View full abstract»

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