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Hysdel 3.0

Author(s):

M. Herceg
Conference/Journal:

IfA Internal Seminar Series
Abstract:

HYSDEL (HYbrid SYstem DEscription Language) is a high-level modeling language for description of hybrid systems in a manner appealing to the application engineers. This talk gives an overview of new features available in HYSDEL 3.0. In particular, it will be shown how the extended language syntax which supports vectors, matrices, and FOR-loops can significantly simplify the modeling effort. To further ease the task of modeling of complex hybrid systems, we show how the concept of model merging can be used to combine several local models such that a compact representation can be obtained with low effort. This concept is further extended by employing the Simulink environment to allow users to create such compositional systems in a graphical manner. Furthermore, we illustrate that the models generated by HYSDEL 3.0 can be readily used for control design using the Multi-Parametric Toolbox. Functionality of the new version will be demonstrated on concrete examples.

Year:

2008
Type of Publication:

(06)Talk
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