In this paper, we focus on two notions of diagnosability for labeled Time Petri net (PN) systems: K-diagnosability implies that any fault occurrence can be detected after at most K observations, while τ-diagnosability implies that any fault occurrence can be detected after at most τ time units. A procedure to analyze such properties isprovided.The proposedapproach uses the Modified State Class Graph, a graph the authors recently introduced for the marking estimation of labeled Time PN systems,which providesan exhaustive description of the system behavior. A preliminary diagnosabilty analysis of the underlying logic system based on classical approaches taken from the literature is required. Then, the solution of some linear programming problems should be performed to take into account the timing constraints associated with transitions.
|Titolo:||Diagnosability Analysis of Labeled Time Petri Net Systems|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1.1 Articolo su rivista con DOI|