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Supervisory Control of Partially Observed Quantitative Discrete Event Systems for Fixed-Initial-Credit Energy Problem
Sasinee PRUEKPRASERT Toshimitsu USHIO
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Information and Systems
Publication Date: 2017/06/01
Online ISSN: 1745-1361
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Formal Approach)
Category: Formal techniques
supervisory control, discrete event system, partial observation, optimal control, energy game,
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This paper studies the supervisory control of partially observed quantitative discrete event systems (DESs) under the fixed-initial-credit energy objective. A quantitative DES is modeled by a weighted automaton whose event set is partitioned into a controllable event set and an uncontrollable event set. Partial observation is modeled by a mapping from each event and state of the DES to the corresponding masked event and masked state that are observed by a supervisor. The supervisor controls the DES by disabling or enabling any controllable event for the current state of the DES, based on the observed sequences of masked states and masked events. We model the control process as a two-player game played between the supervisor and the DES. The DES aims to execute the events so that its energy level drops below zero, while the supervisor aims to maintain the energy level above zero. We show that the proposed problem is reducible to finding a winning strategy in a turn-based reachability game.