SICE Annual Conference 2010 in Taiwanスポンサード・ワークショップのご案内
Sponsored Workshop in SICE 2010 in Taiwan by Cybernet Systems

サイバネットは、計測自動制御学会主催のSICE Annual Conference 2010 in Taiwanのスポンサーとして、2つのスポンサード・ワークショップを実施、また展示ブースにも出展します。

Cybernet Systems supports SICE 2010 in Taiwan.  As a sponsor, we have two workshops and one booth in the exhibition area.

ワークショップ1 (Sponsored Workshop in SICE Taiwan) Symbolic Mathematical Approach to Virtual Plant Prototyping

2010/8/19 (Thu.)  14:30-16:00
Place 10F, Chang-Chin Room
内容 Presentation and discussion in English

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概要 (Outline)

This organized session focuses on how to apply symbolic mathematics to plant modeling and generate code for real time applications. It consists of a keynote speech followed by three talks and discussions.

セッション内容 (Sponsored Workshop)

(1) A historical review of symbolic computation techniques for control engineering

by Maplesoft (20 mins)

Symbolic computation techniques are currently gaining strong acceptance within various engineering fields including control engineering. For applications such as plant modeling for HIL testing, symbolic computation techniques offer faster model developmentd higher realtime performance. The origins of symbolic computation, however, is with the mathematics and computer science communities. Up to the start of the 21st century, the applications of symbolic computation have been generally associated with applied mathematics research and education. This session discusses the transformation of a symbolic computation from somewhat general and even abstract techniques to one that is increasingly a critical part of the modern engineering toolset. It focuses on key elements of the technology that has triggered this transformation including model equation derivation and optimized code generation. The information from this session will help the practitioner to better understand the potential of symbolic computation in engineering. The software context used for the presentation will be the Maple systems though others will be surveyed for comparative purposes.

(2) Component-based physical modeling for multidomain and other modern applications

by Maplesoft (20 mins)

Component-based physical modeling offers a more intuitive framework for creating high fidelity models of physical systems. Unlike traditional signal-flow or causal modeling systems, component-based physical modeling works from direct representations of sys components. Typically, the mathematical model is then algorithmically developed. In practice, this offers significant time savings over signal-flow methods which, for all intents and purposes, require users to manually derive the system equations. For realistic systems, this can be extremely time consuming and can literally take months to complete. Comparable models in modern physical modeling tools can be developed in a matter of days. This session provides an overview of the primary techniques of physical modeling including multi-domain modeling, and plant modeling for control applications. Application examples from automotive, aerospace, power and other industries will be presented. The session will use the physical modeling tool MapleSim to demonstrate the concepts.

(3) Computer Algebra - what does it bring to control system design?

By Hirokazu Anai (Fujitsu laboratories ltd / Kyushu University) (30 mins)

Nowadays computer algebra is becoming increasingly common as an effective tool in many fields i.e., science, engineering and education. In control community symbolic approach has been used in a wide variety of contexts. In this talk we discuss some crucial Efficacies of symbolic and algebraic methods in control system design.
One of the key features of symbolic approach is “parametric” treatment of control design problems. It enables us to develop a parametric approach to robust control in a systematic way. This talk provides a broad overview of such a symbolic approach to parametric robust control design with some control examples. Our toolbox for parametric robust control on Maple/MapleSim will be used for demonstrating such control applications. The toolbox is based on symbolic methods such as quantifier elimination and some elimination methods.

(4) Discussion

moderated by Maplesoft (20 mins)
Language: English

ワークショップ2 (Sponsored Workshop in SICE Week)



Maple 及びMapleSimの展示、デモンストレーションを行います。

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