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Techniques for real-time processing

Techniques for real-time processing

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Sequential and parallel processing techniques for real-time adaptive active control are considered in this chapter. Three different algorithms, namely simulation, control and identification, are involved in the adaptive control algorithm. These are implemented on a number of uniprocessor and multiprocessor computing platforms. The interprocessor communication speed and the impact of compiler efficiency on processor performance are investigated. A comparative assessment is provided, on the basis of the real-time communications performance, computation performance and compiler performance, to lead to merits of design of parallel systems incorporating fast processing techniques for real time active control applications.

Inspec keywords: parallel processing; multiprocessing systems; real-time systems; adaptive control; control engineering computing

Other keywords: uniprocessor computing plateforms; parallel systems; interprocessor communication speed; real-time adaptive active control algorithm; parallel processing techniques; multiprocessor computing platforms; sequential processing techniques

Subjects: Control engineering computing

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