PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED SYNTHESIS OF CONTROL AUTOMATA
Keywords:optimization, verification, synthesis, parallel system, distributed system, control automaton.
AbstractThe method of control automata synthesis within the parallel or distributed systems is proposed in this paper. Solving of the synthesis problem implies, in this case, search of the optimal solution, its verification and actually synthesis on the basis of the specific platform. Such interpretation increases complexity of the considered synthesis problem, but brings us to obtaining an effective solution. In the general case, advantages of the found solution compensate costs for its searching.
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