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    Title: State Equation and Stability for a Class of Continuous Petri Nets. Application to the Control of a Production System
    Authors: Chérif, Amer-Yahia
    Keywords: Continuous Petri Nets;State equation;Stability;Modeling;Control;Analysis;Eigenvalues;Production Systems
    Date: 2002-12
    Issue Date: 2016-08-16 15:15:38 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The paper presents an analysis of continuous Petri nets using linear algebra of matrices. It provides a link between the classical results of linear systems and Petri nets via the continuous model. A class of variable speed continuous Petri nets (VCPNs), namely Extended State Machines VCPNs (ESMVCPNs) is studied. A state-variable representation and its associated matrix algebra are used to describe systems modeled by ESMVCPNs. The state variable formulation introduced here is that of a linear continuous time-invariant system with nonnegative state (marking) and control vector. The stability and asymptotic stability concepts of linear dynamic systems are applied to continuous Petri nets. A necessary and sufficient condition of conservativeness of ESMVCPNs, based on eigenvalues, is proved. These results are used for the control of a production system.
    Relation: 資管評論, 11, 99-122
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