Hierarchical And Decentralised Supervision Of Discrete Event Systems
Abstract— Discrete-event models are generally used to describe systems where coordination and control is required to
ensure the orderly flow of events, or to avoid the occurrence of certain chains of events. Reduced Supervision and
Hierarchical Supervision are methods of obtaining a supervisor in which control is divided or we can say that the control is
distributed. In this paper the Transfer line, Big factory problem and Small factory problem are taken as examples to explain
the procedure to obtain hierarchical supervisor using DES by TCT software. It is shown that the specifications are
controllable and non-blocking.