Interface Fundamentals in Microprocessor Controlled Systems

11.2.2 Distributed Systems Information Structures 223 11.2.3 General Interfacing Techniques for Distributed Data Systems 226 1 1.3 INTERFACES IN REMOTE JOB SITES 228 11.3.1 Remote I/O Interface Fundamentals 229 11.3.2 Serial Addressable ...

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Author: C.J. Georgopoulos

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400954700

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 364

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Interface Fundamentals in Microprocessor Controlled Systems

It was with this in mind that the present bDDk was written as a selfcDn­ tained vDlume to' be part Df the mDre general series : Mioroprooessors­ Based Systems Engineering.

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Author: C.J. Georgopoulos

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: UOM:39015031830626

Category: Computers

Page: 392

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There is nO' dDubt that the mioroprooessor (~p) revDlutiDn will cDntinue intO' the future and many will be required to' specify and integrate mi­ crDprDceSSDrs intO' prDducts Dr systems in their Dwn disciplines. There­ fDre, well-designed flexible interfaoes will be required to' ensure CDm­ patibility with Dther equipments and to' extend design DptiDns. AlthDugh there are several bDDks Dn micrDcDmputers and micrDprDcessDrs, Dnly few Df thDse devDte but a small part Dn the impDrtant aspects Df interfaces. It was with this in mind that the present bDDk was written as a selfcDn­ tained vDlume to' be part Df the mDre general series : Mioroprooessors­ Based Systems Engineering. It fills an existing gap in technDIDgy, as in­ terfaces are the last items to' be seriDusly cDnsidered in the race Df new technDIDgy, and it deals with the systematic study Df micrDprDcessDr interfaces and their applicatiDns in many diversified fields. This bDDk is aimed at engineers in industry and engineering stu­ dents whO' need to' learn hDW to' interface micrDprDcessDrs, and hence mi­ crDcDmputers and Dther related equipments, to' external digital Dr analDg devices. It is suitable fDr use as a textbDDk Dr fDr supplementary read­ ing, either in an applied undergraduate CDurse in electrical engineering Dr in the last year Df three-year-curriculum technical cDlleges.

Computer Controlled Systems

International Series on MICROPROCESSOR-BASED SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Editor: Professor S. G. Tzafestas, National Technical ... 1985 ISBN 90-277-2054-1 C.J. Georgopoulos: Interface Fundamentals in Microprocessor-Controlled Systems.

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Author: G. Perdikaris

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401579292

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 481

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The primary objective of the book is to provide advanced undergraduate or frrst-year graduate engineering students with a self-contained presentation of the principles fundamental to the analysis, design and implementation of computer controlled systems. The material is also suitable for self-study by practicing engineers and is intended to follow a first course in either linear systems analysis or control systerns. A secondary objective of the book is to provide engineering and/or computer science audiences with the material for a junior/senior-level course in modern systems analysis. Chapters 2, 3, 4, and 5 have been designed with this purposein rnind. The emphasis in such a course is to develop the rnathernatical tools and methods suitable for the analysis and design of real-time systems such as digital filters. Thus, engineers and/or computer scientists who know how to program computers can understand the mathematics relevant to the issue of what it is they are programrning. This is especially important for those who may work in engineering and scientific environments where, for instance, programrning difference equations for real-time applications is becorning increasingly common. A background in linear algebra should be an adequate prerequisite for the systems analysis course. Chapter 1 of the book presents a brief introduction to computer controlled systems. It describes the general issues and terminology relevant to the analysis, design, and implementation of such systems.

Fundamentals of Mechanics of Robotic Manipulation

Microprocessors in Signal Processing, Measurement and Control. ... Multi-Microprocessor Systems for Real-Time Applications. 1985 ISBN 90-277-2054-1 3. C.J. Georgopoulos: Interface Fundamentals in Microprocessor-Controlled Systems.

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Author: Marco Ceccarelli

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402021107

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 312

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This book has evolved from a course on Mechanics of Robots that the author has thought for over a dozen years at the University of Cassino at Cassino, Italy. It is addressed mainly to graduate students in mechanical engineering although the course has also attracted students in electrical engineering. The purpose of the book consists of presenting robots and robotized systems in such a way that they can be used and designed for industrial and innovative non-industrial applications with no great efforts. The content of the book has been kept at a fairly practical level with the aim to teach how to model, simulate, and operate robotic mechanical systems. The chapters have been written and organized in a way that they can be red even separately, so that they can be used separately for different courses and readers. However, many advanced concepts are briefly explained and their use is empathized with illustrative examples. Therefore, the book is directed not only to students but also to robot users both from practical and theoretical viewpoints. In fact, topics that are treated in the book have been selected as of current interest in the field of Robotics. Some of the material presented is based upon the author’s own research in the field since the late 1980’s.

Interface Fundamentals in Microprocessor Controlled Systems

It was with this in mind that the present bDDk was written as a selfcDn­ tained vDlume to' be part Df the mDre general series : Mioroprooessors­ Based Systems Engineering.

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Author: Chris Georgopoulos

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9401089159

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 364

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There is nO' dDubt that the mioroprooessor (~p) revDlutiDn will cDntinue intO' the future and many will be required to' specify and integrate mi crDprDceSSDrs intO' prDducts Dr systems in their Dwn disciplines. There fDre, well-designed flexible interfaoes will be required to' ensure CDm patibility with Dther equipments and to' extend design DptiDns. AlthDugh there are several bDDks Dn micrDcDmputers and micrDprDcessDrs, Dnly few Df thDse devDte but a small part Dn the impDrtant aspects Df interfaces. It was with this in mind that the present bDDk was written as a selfcDn tained vDlume to' be part Df the mDre general series : Mioroprooessors Based Systems Engineering. It fills an existing gap in technDIDgy, as in terfaces are the last items to' be seriDusly cDnsidered in the race Df new technDIDgy, and it deals with the systematic study Df micrDprDcessDr interfaces and their applicatiDns in many diversified fields. This bDDk is aimed at engineers in industry and engineering stu dents whO' need to' learn hDW to' interface micrDprDcessDrs, and hence mi crDcDmputers and Dther related equipments, to' external digital Dr analDg devices. It is suitable fDr use as a textbDDk Dr fDr supplementary read ing, either in an applied undergraduate CDurse in electrical engineering Dr in the last year Df three-year-curriculum technical cDlleges.

Intelligent Control of Robotic Systems

MICROPROCESSOR-BASED AND INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Editor: Professor S. G. Tzafestas, National Technical University, ... 1985 ISBN 90-277-2054-1 C.J. Georgopoulos: Interface Fundamentals in Microprocessor-Controlled Systems.

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Author: D. Katic

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401703178

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 296

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As robotic systems make their way into standard practice, they have opened the door to a wide spectrum of complex applications. Such applications usually demand that the robots be highly intelligent. Future robots are likely to have greater sensory capabilities, more intelligence, higher levels of manual dexter ity, and adequate mobility, compared to humans. In order to ensure high-quality control and performance in robotics, new intelligent control techniques must be developed, which are capable of coping with task complexity, multi-objective decision making, large volumes of perception data and substantial amounts of heuristic information. Hence, the pursuit of intelligent autonomous robotic systems has been a topic of much fascinating research in recent years. On the other hand, as emerging technologies, Soft Computing paradigms consisting of complementary elements of Fuzzy Logic, Neural Computing and Evolutionary Computation are viewed as the most promising methods towards intelligent robotic systems. Due to their strong learning and cognitive ability and good tolerance of uncertainty and imprecision, Soft Computing techniques have found wide application in the area of intelligent control of robotic systems.

Computational Intelligence in Systems and Control Design and Applications

International Series on MICROPROCESSOR - BASED AND INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Editor : Professor S. G. Tzafestas ... 1985 ISBN 90-277-2054-1 C.J. Georgopoulos : Interface Fundamentals in Microprocessor - Controlled Systems .

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Author: S.G. Tzafestas

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402003943

Category: Mathematics

Page: 380

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This book contains thirty timely contributions in the emerging field of Computational Intelligence (CI) with reference to system control design and applications. The three basic constituents ofCI are neural networks (NNs). fuzzy logic (FL) I fuzzy reasoning (FR). and genetic algorithms (GAs). NNs mimic the distributed functioning of the human brain and consist of many. rather simple. building elements (called artificial neurons) which are controlled by adaptive parameters and are able to incorporate via learning the knowledge provided by the environment, and thus respond intelligently to new stimuli. Fuzzy logic (FL) provides the means to build systems that can reason linguistically under uncertainty like the human experts (common sense reasoning). Both NNs and FL I FR are among the most widely used tools for modeling unknown systems with nonlinear behavior. FL suits better when there is some kind of knowledge about the system. such as, for example, the linguistic information of a human expert. On the other hand. NNs possess unique learning and generalization capabilities that allow the user to construct very accurate models of nonlinear systems simply using input-output data. GAs offer an interesting set of generic tools for systematic random search optimization following the mechanisms of natural genetics. In hybrid Computational Intelligence - based systems these three tools (NNs, FL, GAs) are combined in several synergetic ways producing integrated tools with enhanced learning, generalization. universal approximation. reasoning and optimization abilities.

Geometrical Dynamics of Complex Systems

A Unified Modelling Approach to Physics, Control, Biomechanics, Neurodynamics and Psycho-Socio-Economical Dynamics Vladimir G. Ivancevic, ... C.J. Georgopoulos: Interface Fundamentals in Microprocessor-Controlled Systems.

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Author: Vladimir G. Ivancevic

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402045455

Category: Science

Page: 824

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Geometrical Dynamics of Complex Systems is a graduate?level monographic textbook. Itrepresentsacomprehensiveintroductionintorigorousgeometrical dynamicsofcomplexsystemsofvariousnatures. By?complexsystems?,inthis book are meant high?dimensional nonlinear systems, which can be (but not necessarily are) adaptive. This monograph proposes a uni?ed geometrical - proachtodynamicsofcomplexsystemsofvariouskinds:engineering,physical, biophysical, psychophysical, sociophysical, econophysical, etc. As their names suggest, all these multi?input multi?output (MIMO) systems have something in common: the underlying physics. However, instead of dealing with the pop- 1 ular ?soft complexity philosophy?, we rather propose a rigorous geometrical and topological approach. We believe that our rigorous approach has much greater predictive power than the soft one. We argue that science and te- nology is all about prediction and control. Observation, understanding and explanation are important in education at undergraduate level, but after that it should be all prediction and control. The main objective of this book is to show that high?dimensional nonlinear systems and processes of ?real life? can be modelled and analyzed using rigorous mathematics, which enables their complete predictability and controllability, as if they were linear systems. It is well?known that linear systems, which are completely predictable and controllable by de?nition ? live only in Euclidean spaces (of various - mensions). They are as simple as possible, mathematically elegant and fully elaborated from either scienti?c or engineering side. However, in nature, no- ing is linear. In reality, everything has a certain degree of nonlinearity, which means: unpredictability, with subsequent uncontrollability.

Methods and Applications of Intelligent Control

International Series on MICROPROCESSOR-BASED AND INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Editor: Professor S. G. Tzafestas, ... 1985 ISBN 90-277–2054–1 C.J. Georgopoulos: Interface Fundamentals in Microprocessor-Controlled Systems.

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Author: S.G. Tzafestas

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401154987

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 564

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This book is concerned with Intelligent Control methods and applications. The field of intelligent control has been expanded very much during the recent years and a solid body of theoretical and practical results are now available. These results have been obtained through the synergetic fusion of concepts and techniques from a variety of fields such as automatic control, systems science, computer science, neurophysiology and operational research. Intelligent control systems have to perform anthropomorphic tasks fully autonomously or interactively with the human under known or unknown and uncertain environmental conditions. Therefore the basic components of any intelligent control system include cognition, perception, learning, sensing, planning, numeric and symbolic processing, fault detection/repair, reaction, and control action. These components must be linked in a systematic, synergetic and efficient way. Predecessors of intelligent control are adaptive control, self-organizing control, and learning control which are well documented in the literature. Typical application examples of intelligent controls are intelligent robotic systems, intelligent manufacturing systems, intelligent medical systems, and intelligent space teleoperators. Intelligent controllers must employ both quantitative and qualitative information and must be able to cope with severe temporal and spatial variations, in addition to the fundamental task of achieving the desired transient and steady-state performance. Of course the level of intelligence required in each particular application is a matter of discussion between the designers and users. The current literature on intelligent control is increasing, but the information is still available in a sparse and disorganized way.

High Dimensional Chaotic and Attractor Systems

SYSTEMS,. CONTROL. AND. AUTOMATION: SCIENCE. AND. ENGINEERING. Editor: Professor S. G. Tzafestas, National Technical University, Athens, Greece 10. 11. ... C.J. Georgopoulos: Interface Fundamentals in Microprocessor-Controlled Systems.

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Author: Vladimir G. Ivancevic

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402054563

Category: Science

Page: 697

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This graduate–level textbook is devoted to understanding, prediction and control of high–dimensional chaotic and attractor systems of real life. The objective is to provide the serious reader with a serious scientific tool that will enable the actual performance of competitive research in high–dimensional chaotic and attractor dynamics. From introductory material on low-dimensional attractors and chaos, the text explores concepts including Poincaré’s 3-body problem, high-tech Josephson junctions, and more.