Feedback Control of Computing Systems

This is the first practical treatment of the design and application of feedback control of computing systems. MATLAB files for the solution of problems and case studies accompany the text throughout.

Author: Joseph L. Hellerstein

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780471668817

Category: Computers

Page: 456

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This is the first practical treatment of the design and applicationof feedback control of computing systems. MATLAB files for thesolution of problems and case studies accompany the textthroughout. The book discusses information technology examples,such as maximizing the efficiency of Lotus Notes. This book results from the authors' research into the use ofcontrol theory to model and control computing systems. This hasimportant implications to the way engineers and researchersapproach different resource management problems. This guide is wellsuited for professionals and researchers in information technologyand computer science.

Feedback Control for Computer Systems

A standard, collegelevel textbook on control theory. Control System Design: An
Introduction to StateSpace Methods by Bernard Friedland (2005). A compact and
affordable introduction to statespace methods. Feedback Control of Computing ...

Author: Philipp K. Janert

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1449362656

Category: Computers

Page: 336

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How can you take advantage of feedback control for enterprise programming? With this book, author Philipp K. Janert demonstrates how the same principles that govern cruise control in your car also apply to data center management and other enterprise systems. Through case studies and hands-on simulations, you’ll learn methods to solve several control issues, including mechanisms to spin up more servers automatically when web traffic spikes. Feedback is ideal for controlling large, complex systems, but its use in software engineering raises unique issues. This book provides basic theory and lots of practical advice for programmers with no previous background in feedback control. Learn feedback concepts and controller design Get practical techniques for implementing and tuning controllers Use feedback “design patterns” for common control scenarios Maintain a cache’s “hit rate” by automatically adjusting its size Respond to web traffic by scaling server instances automatically Explore ways to use feedback principles with queueing systems Learn how to control memory consumption in a game engine Take a deep dive into feedback control theory

Control and Scheduling Codesign

The emphasis is laid on: 1) the application of feedback scheduling to computing
and communication systems, and 2) codesign of control and scheduling in Real-
Time Control Systems. However, no claim is made that an exhaustive survey of ...

Author: Feng Xia

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540782551

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 245

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With emphasis on flexible resource management in networked and embedded real-time control systems operating in dynamic environments with uncertainty, this book is devoted to the integration of control with computing and communication. It covers the authors' recent and original research results within a unified framework of feedback scheduling. This useful reference also includes rich example problems, case studies, and extensive references to the literature.

Between Human and Machine

"In contextualizing the theory of cybernetics, Mindell gives engineering back forgotten parts of its history, and shows how important historical circumstances are to technological change." -- Networker

Author: David A. Mindell

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 0801880572

Category: Computers

Page: 439

View: 595

"In contextualizing the theory of cybernetics, Mindell gives engineering back forgotten parts of its history, and shows how important historical circumstances are to technological change." -- Networker

Intelligent Control and Computer Engineering

Intelligent. Control. of. Reduced-Order. Closed. Quantum. Computation. Systems.
Using. Neural. Estimation. and. LMI ... Quantum computation · Recurrent
supervised neural computing · State feedback control system 1 Introduction Due
to the ...

Author: Sio-Iong Ao

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400702868

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 318

View: 351

A large international conference on Advances in Intelligent Control and Computer Engineering was held in Hong Kong, March 17-19, 2010, under the auspices of the International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists (IMECS 2010). The IMECS is organized by the International Association of Engineers (IAENG). Intelligent Control and Computer Engineering contains 25 revised and extended research articles written by prominent researchers participating in the conference. Topics covered include artificial intelligence, control engineering, decision supporting systems, automated planning, automation systems, systems identification, modelling and simulation, communication systems, signal processing, and industrial applications. Intelligent Control and Computer Engineering offers the state of the art of tremendous advances in intelligent control and computer engineering and also serves as an excellent reference text for researchers and graduate students, working on intelligent control and computer engineering.

Self Aware Computing Systems

Hence, the system is self-aware and may self-express. Thus, we can conclude
that feedback control is a possible scheme for setting up a self-aware computing
system if the controller realizes an LRA-M loop. As depicted in Fig.6.22, the ...

Author: Samuel Kounev

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 331947474X

Category: Computers

Page: 722

View: 236

This book provides formal and informal definitions and taxonomies for self-aware computing systems, and explains how self-aware computing relates to many existing subfields of computer science, especially software engineering. It describes architectures and algorithms for self-aware systems as well as the benefits and pitfalls of self-awareness, and reviews much of the latest relevant research across a wide array of disciplines, including open research challenges. The chapters of this book are organized into five parts: Introduction, System Architectures, Methods and Algorithms, Applications and Case Studies, and Outlook. Part I offers an introduction that defines self-aware computing systems from multiple perspectives, and establishes a formal definition, a taxonomy and a set of reference scenarios that help to unify the remaining chapters. Next, Part II explores architectures for self-aware computing systems, such as generic concepts and notations that allow a wide range of self-aware system architectures to be described and compared with both isolated and interacting systems. It also reviews the current state of reference architectures, architectural frameworks, and languages for self-aware systems. Part III focuses on methods and algorithms for self-aware computing systems by addressing issues pertaining to system design, like modeling, synthesis and verification. It also examines topics such as adaptation, benchmarks and metrics. Part IV then presents applications and case studies in various domains including cloud computing, data centers, cyber-physical systems, and the degree to which self-aware computing approaches have been adopted within those domains. Lastly, Part V surveys open challenges and future research directions for self-aware computing systems. It can be used as a handbook for professionals and researchers working in areas related to self-aware computing, and can also serve as an advanced textbook for lecturers and postgraduate students studying subjects like advanced software engineering, autonomic computing, self-adaptive systems, and data-center resource management. Each chapter is largely self-contained, and offers plenty of references for anyone wishing to pursue the topic more deeply.

Performance Modeling and Engineering

Extending the application of control theory beyond performance management.
While control theory provides a systematic approach to designing feedback
systems for performance management, computing solutions also involve
considerations ...

Author: Zhen Liu

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387793610

Category: Computers

Page: 219

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With the fast development of networking and software technologies, information processing infrastructure and applications have been growing at an impressive rate in both size and complexity, to such a degree that the design and development of high performance and scalable data processing systems and networks have become an ever-challenging issue. As a result, the use of performance modeling and m- surementtechniquesas a critical step in designand developmenthas becomea c- mon practice. Research and developmenton methodologyand tools of performance modeling and performance engineering have gained further importance in order to improve the performance and scalability of these systems. Since the seminal work of A. K. Erlang almost a century ago on the mod- ing of telephone traf c, performance modeling and measurement have grown into a discipline and have been evolving both in their methodologies and in the areas in which they are applied. It is noteworthy that various mathematical techniques were brought into this eld, including in particular probability theory, stochastic processes, statistics, complex analysis, stochastic calculus, stochastic comparison, optimization, control theory, machine learning and information theory. The app- cation areas extended from telephone networks to Internet and Web applications, from computer systems to computer software, from manufacturing systems to s- ply chain, from call centers to workforce management.

Non Functional Properties in Service Oriented Architecture Requirements Models and Methods

His interests are broadly in the performance, tuning and management of
distributed computing systems. He has published papers in a variety of areas
including feedback control, computer architecture, databases and systems

Author: Milanovic, Nikola

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1605667951

Category: Computers

Page: 424

View: 232

"This book offers a selection of chapters that cover three important aspects related to the use of non-functional properties in SOA: requirements specification with respect to non-functional properties, modeling non-functional properties and implementation of non-functional properties"--Provided by publisher.

Ubiquitous Computing Systems

For the Ubiquitous computing system, a well designed computer interface should
have the ability of making the user feel comfortable so as to encourage ... which
offer the optimal feedback to the user depending on the user's emotional state.

Author: Hee Yong Youn

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540462872

Category: Computers

Page: 548

View: 857

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Ubiquitous Computing Systems, UCS 2006, held in Seoul, Korea in October 2006. The 41 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 359 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on human computer interaction modeling and social aspects systems communications, as well as smart devices and security.

Software Engineering

Autonomic computing is an effective set of technologies, models, architecture
patterns, standards, and processes to cope with and reign in the management
complexity of dynamic computing systems using feedback control, adaptation,
and ...

Author: Andrea de Lucia

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540958878

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 257

View: 117

The International Summer School on Software Engineering trains future researchers and facilitates the exchange of knowledge between academia and industry. This volume contains papers from recent summer schools and contributions on latest findings in the field.

Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Computing

Autonomic Computing has emerged to support self-managing features using the
feedback control systems. There are investigations in using control systems in
different areas of computing such as computer networking, database systems,
data ...

Author: Aswatha Kumar M.

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 8132207408

Category: Computers

Page: 1178

View: 259

This is the first International Conference on Advances in Computing (ICAdC-2012). The scope of the conference includes all the areas of New Theoretical Computer Science, Systems and Software, and Intelligent systems. Conference Proceedings is a culmination of research results, papers and the theory related to all the three major areas of computing mentioned above. Helps budding researchers, graduates in the areas of Computer Science, Information Science, Electronics, Telecommunication, Instrumentation, Networking to take forward their research work based on the reviewed results in the paper by mutual interaction through e-mail contacts in the proceedings.

Handbook of Networked and Embedded Control Systems

Control systems constitute an important subclass of embedded computing
systems—so important that, for example, within ... Most of these ECUs implement
different feedback control tasks, for instance, engine control, traction control, anti-
lock ...

Author: Dimitrios Hristu-Varsakelis

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780817644048

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 822

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The vast majority of control systems built today are embedded; that is, they rely on built-in, special-purpose digital computers to close their feedback loops. Embedded systems are common in aircraft, factories, chemical processing plants, and even in cars–a single high-end automobile may contain over eighty different computers. The design of embedded controllers and of the intricate, automated communication networks that support them raises many new questions—practical, as well as theoretical—about network protocols, compatibility of operating systems, and ways to maximize the effectiveness of the embedded hardware. This handbook, the first of its kind, provides engineers, computer scientists, mathematicians, and students a broad, comprehensive source of information and technology to address many questions and aspects of embedded and networked control. Separated into six main sections—Fundamentals, Hardware, Software, Theory, Networking, and Applications—this work unifies into a single reference many scattered articles, websites, and specification sheets. Also included are case studies, experiments, and examples that give a multifaceted view of the subject, encompassing computation and communication considerations.

University of Michigan Official Publication

Topics in digital computation include programming , logic and system design ,
operating systems , computer arithmetic ... and nonlinear dynamical systems ,
feedback control , optimal control theory , stability theory , and large - scale
systems .

Author: University of Michigan

Publisher: UM Libraries


Category: Education, Higher


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Each number is the catalogue of a specific school or college of the University.

Soft Computing for Intelligent Robotic Systems

... control to feedback control of robotic systems using Cerebellar Model
Arithmetic Computer (CMAC) neural networks. Explicit solutions to the Hamilton-
Jacobi-Bellman (H-J-B) equation for optimal control of robotic systems are found
by ...

Author: Toshio Fukuda

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783790811476

Category: Computers

Page: 238

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Research results using some of the most advanced soft computing techniques in intelligent robotic systems are presented. The main purpose of this book is to show how the power of soft computing techniques can be exploited in intelligent robotic systems. The main emphasis is on control system for a mobile robot, behavior arbitration for a mobile robot, reinforcement learning of a robot, manipulation of a robot, collision avoidance and automatic design of robots. This book will be useful for application engineers, scientists and researchers who wish to use some of the most advanced soft computing techniques in robotics.

Ubiquitous Computing Design Implementation and Usability

Expand the system's internal goal model, determine its main functional subgoals,
and connect the relevant elements to the ... In this case study, a reusable
framework for feedback control systems is designed by composing Design

Author: Theng, Yin-Leng

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1599046954

Category: Computers

Page: 396

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Interactive systems in the mobile, ubiquitous, and virtual environments are at a stage of development where designers and developers are keen to find out more about design, use and usability of these systems. Ubiquitous Computing: Design, Implementation and Usability highlights the emergent usability theories, techniques, tools and best practices in these environments. This book shows that usable and useful systems are able to be achieved in ways that will improve usability to enhance user experiences. Research on the usability issues for young children, teenagers, adults, and the elderly is presented, with different techniques for the mobile, ubiquitous, and virtual environments.

22nd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems

We shall also extend the middleware to allow fully dynamic online re -
configuration during normal system operation , and investigate other types of
performance guarantees that might be achievable in a feedback control context .
For example ...

Author: Luis E. T. Rodrigues

Publisher: IEEE

ISBN: 9780769515854

Category: Computers

Page: 627

View: 865

This year's program covers areas such as distributed agents and intelligent networks, internet and web computing, network protocols, distributed operating systems, distributed databases, middleware and distributed platforms, mobile computing, distributed algorithms, fault-tolerant systems, distributed systems security.

Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems Second Edition

Control deals with the modeling of a variety of dynamic systems and the design of
controllers that will ensure these ... If the output signal is measured and fed back
for use in computing the input signal, the system is called feedback control.

Author: Ramin S. Esfandiari

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 146657495X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 566

View: 352

Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems, Second Edition introduces MATLAB®, Simulink®, and SimscapeTM and then uses them throughout the text to perform symbolic, graphical, numerical, and simulation tasks. Written for junior or senior level courses, the textbook meticulously covers techniques for modeling dynamic systems, methods of response analysis, and provides an introduction to vibration and control systems. These features combine to provide students with a thorough knowledge of the mathematical modeling and analysis of dynamic systems. See What’s New in the Second Edition: Coverage of modeling and analysis of dynamic systems ranging from mechanical to thermal using Simscape Utilization of Simulink for linearization as well as simulation of nonlinear dynamic systems Integration of Simscape into Simulink for control system analysis and design Each topic covered includes at least one example, giving students better comprehension of the subject matter. More complex topics are accompanied by multiple, painstakingly worked-out examples. Each section of each chapter is followed by several exercises so that students can immediately apply the ideas just learned. End-of-chapter review exercises help in learning how a combination of different ideas can be used to analyze a problem. This second edition of a bestselling textbook fully integrates the MATLAB Simscape Toolbox and covers the usage of Simulink for new purposes. It gives students better insight into the involvement of actual physical components rather than their mathematical representations.

Nonlinear Control Systems 2004

Part of the results was achieved during the author's stay with the Department of
Control Engineering of the CTU Prague ( Prof. ... In : Computing Anticipatory
Systems - CASYS '98 . Woodbury : American ... Feedback control systems .
McGraw ...

Author: Frank Allgower

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080443034

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 980

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Design of Computing Systems

FEEDBACK AND FEEDFORWARD If we accept the complementarity principle as
the basis for function allocation , the overriding concern is that the joint cognitive
system ( JCS ) retains control of the process instead of being controlled by it .

Author: Michael James Smith



Category: Human engineering

Page: 1027

View: 634

Control System Fundamentals

3 Single Processor The design formality used here extends only to applications
that run in a single computer . Applications can be ... It has thus been a major
focus in formulating feedback control implementation methodology . 1 .
Instrument ...

Author: William S. Levine

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780849300530

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 480

View: 738

Sifting through the variety of control systems applications can be a chore. Diverse and numerous technologies inspire applications ranging from float valves to microprocessors. Relevant to any system you might use, the highly adaptable Control System Fundamentals fills your need for a comprehensive treatment of the basic principles of control system engineering. This overview furnishes the underpinnings of modern control systems. Beginning with a review of the required mathematics, major subsections cover digital control and modeling. An international panel of experts discusses the specification of control systems, techniques for dealing with the most common and important control system nonlinearities, and digital implementation of control systems, with complete references. This framework yields a primary resource that is also capable of directing you to more detailed articles and books. This self-contained reference explores the universal aspects of control that you need for any application. Reliable, up-to-date, and versatile, Control System Fundamentals answers your basic control systems questions and acts as an ideal starting point for approaching any control problem.