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A logic-based switching controller is one whose subsystems contain not just normal dynamical parts resembling integrators, summers, earnings and so forth. yet event-driven common sense and linked switches besides. In this type of process the predominantly logical part is the manager, mode changer, and so on. there was starting to be curiosity in recent times in making a choice on what may be won from using "hybrid" controllers of this sort. To this finish a workshop used to be hung on Block Island with the purpose of bringing jointly contributors to debate the examine and customary curiosity within the box. This quantity not just comprises contributions from those that have been current at Block Island but additionally extra fabric from those that weren't. themes coated contain: hybrid dynamical platforms, keep an eye on of hard-bound limited and nonlinear platforms, automobile difficulties regarding switching keep watch over and method regulate within the face of large-scale modeling mistakes.

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As a consequence a concept was developed that relies on exploiting the computer as an analysis tool and this idea was tested on the example of a simplified model of an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) controlled with a rule-base. This paper outlines the work done at the Control Systems Centre, UMIST, to develop a basic analysis concept and gives a summary of the efforts to extend the tool to handle as wide a class of systems as possible. The principal conclusions of the ABS example study are also given, as they provide a good insight into the potential of this approach.

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