The notion of system is common to a great number of scientific fields. This book provides insight into present theoretical approaches to systems and demonstrates relationships between concepts and methods developed in the diverse fields where system theory is applied.
C. Rattray: Abstract modelling complex systems. - G. Hill: Formal specification. - R. F. Albrecht: On mathematical systems theory. - F. J. Barros, B. P. Zeigler: An introduction to discrete event modelling formalisms. - F. Pichler: Design of microsystems: Systems-theoretical aspects. - Y. Takahara, X. Chen: A formal representation of DSS generator. - H. D. Wettstein: Structure and functions of operating systems. - W. Kreutzer: Object-oriented system development-concepts and tools. - C. Martin: Model-based software engineering for interactive systems. - M. Dal Cin: Modelling fault-tolerant system behavior. - D. W. Pearson, G. Dray: Applications of artificial neural networks. - K. Tchon: The method of equivalence in robotics. - E. Canuto, F. Donati, M. Vallauri: Manufacturing Algebra: a new mathematical tool for discrete event modelling of manufacturing systems.
Series: Advances in Computing Science
Number Of Pages: 314
Published: September 1998
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: AT
Dimensions (cm): 24.41 x 16.99
Weight (kg): 0.52