Distributed Embedded Control Systems - Improving Dependability with Coherent Design

Distributed Embedded Control Systems - Improving Dependability with Coherent Design

von: Matja# Colnaric, Domen Verber

Springer-Verlag, 2007

ISBN: 9781848000520 , 250 Seiten

Format: PDF

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Distributed Embedded Control Systems - Improving Dependability with Coherent Design


This fascinating new work comes complete with more than 100 illustrations and a detailed practical prototype. It explores the domains encountered when designing a distributed embedded computer control system as an integrated whole. Basic issues about real-time systems and their properties, especially safety, are examined first. Then, system and hardware architectures are dealt with, along with programming issues, embodying desired properties, basic language subsets, object orientation and language support for hardware and software specifications.

Professor Colnaric has been involved in real-time research for more than fifteen years. Before that, he worked on practical industrial projects mainly designing embedded operating system kernels and other system software. Most of his research papers, co-authored with Professor Halang, have been practically oriented and some were published in Control Engineering Practice, Real-Time Systems and Annual Reviews in Control. Their book chapters have been published by Kluwer and World Scientific. Following work in the late 90s in embedded computer systems in process control and mechatronic systems he wrote a textbook on digital systems in computing (in Slovene) which is being used in the undergraduate programme of computer science at the University of Maribor. He has authored or co-authored about eighty peer-reviewed contributions to conferences.
Professor Colnaric founded and is the current chairman of the Real-Time Systems Laboratory at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He teaches courses in real-time systems, digital systems, microprocessors, and data structures and algorithms.
Beginning in 1994, he has led several scientific projects financed by Slovenian Government. In the years 2002-2005 his group participated in a 5th FW European project IFATIS dealing with intelligent fault tolerant control, designing and building a distributed embedded platform.
Matjaž Colnaric is a member of IFAC and active in its Technical Committee 3.1: Computers and Control. He is one of the four working group leaders, concerned with safety issues. He was a programme committee member for many years, and in the last two years has been the chairman of the IFAC/IFIP/IEEE Workshop on Real-Time Programming, the longest-standing conference in this area (29 years).
Professor Colnaric is one of the Editors of the journal Computing and Information Technology published by the University of Zagreb, Croatia, and is an editorial board member of Springer's Real-Time Systems journal and of Oldenbourg's atp International, the new international edition of the well-known German journal of practical automation.
Dr. Domen Verber is a member of the Real-time Systems Laboratory and gives the course in microprocessors and is leading laboratory work for students. He has co-authored a number of joint publications and has led a scientific project financed by the Slovenian government.
Prof. Wolfgang A. Halang is a well-known scientist in the domain of real-time system design. He is Dean of Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at FernUniversität in Hagen in Germany. He has (co-) written 7 books, including the Springer titles Genetic Algorithms for Control and Signal Processing and Integration of Fuzzy Logic and Chaos Theory and a very large number of journal and conference papers. He is Editor of Springer's Real-Time Systems journal and is on the editorial board of Multimedia Tools and Applications (Springer), Real-Time Imaging (Elsevier), High Integrity Systems (OUP) and IEEE Concurrency. Professor Halang has also guest-edited numerous journal special issues. He is chairman of the Coordinating Committee of Computers, Cognition and Communications, an important position within IFAC serving on many conference program committees and giving dozens of invited lectures to audiences both industrial and academic.
Prof. Halang has rich industrial experience, having worked in the process industry (Coca Cola and Bayer). He holds doctorates in mathematics and in computer science. He has organised a large number of scientific conferences and participated in important scientific and industrial projects.