Emulation as a Design Tool in the Development of Real-Time Control Systems
Howard Bloom, Cita M. Furlani, Tony Barbera
A major facility for manufacturing research is being established at the National Bureau of Standards. The Automated Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF) will provide a testbed where measurement research of computer integrated manufacturing systems can be performed. The control architecture of the facility is based on a sensory-interactive modular hierarchical feedback system. Each module is represented as a finite state machine that interacts through a shared time-sliced common-memory where command, feedback and database information is stored.
Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference
Automated Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF), computer integrated manufacturing systems, modular hierarchical feedback system
, Furlani, C.
and Barbera, T.
Emulation as a Design Tool in the Development of Real-Time Control Systems, Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference
(Accessed June 4, 2023)