A Task Model to Reduce Control Delays
Patricia Balbastre,  Ismael Ripoll,   J. Vidal,  A. Crespo,  
Journal of Real-Time Systems
2004
Abstract
Industrial control applications are usually developed in two phases: control design and real-time system implementation. In the control design stage a regulator is obtained and later it is translated into an algorithm in the implementation phase. Traditionally, these two phases have been developed in separate ways. Recently, some works have pointed out the necessity of the integration of the control design and its implementation. One of these works reduce the delay variance of control tasks (defined as the Control Action Interval (CAI) and Data Acquisition Interval (DAI) parameters) splitting every task into three parts. The CAI reduction method highly reduces the delay variance and improves the control performance. This work shows how to evaluate these delays under static and dynamic scheduling policies. A new task model is proposed in order to reduce the CAI and DAI parameters, which implies an improvement in the control performance. The new task model will be implemented in a real process, and the experimental measurements will show how, effectively, the control performance is highly improved with the methods presented in this paper.
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@article{Balbastre:2004,
Author = {Balbastre Patricia, Ripoll Ismael, Vidal J., Crespo A., },
title = {A Task Model to Reduce Control Delays},
journal = {Journal of Real-Time Systems},
volume = {27},
number = {3},
pages = {215-236},
year = {2004},
issn = {0922-6443}
}