Time Disturbances and Filtering of Sensors Signals in Tolerant Multi-product Job-shops with Time Constraints
AbstractThis paper deals with supervision in critical time manufacturing jobshops without assembling tasks. Such systems have a robustness property to deal with time disturbances. A filtering mechanism of sensors signals integrating the robustness values is proposed. It provides the avoidance of control freezing if the time disturbance is in the robustness intervals. This constitutes an enhancement of the filtering mechanism since it makes it possible to continue the production in a degraded mode providing the guarantees of quality and safety. When a symptom of abnormal functioning is claimed by the filtering mechanism, it is imperative to localize the time disturbance occurrence. Based upon controlled P-time Petri nets as a modeling tool, a series of lemmas are quoted in order to build a theory dealing with the localization problem.
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