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Discrete event systems are ubiquitous in modern society, and we rely heavily on their proper design, correct operation, and performance. Written by leaders in the field who have helped establish the foundations of the theory and applied the methods to a wide variety of applications, Stability Analysis of Discrete Event Systems is useful both as a textbook (homework problems are included) and for researchers in systems and control theory. This book includes many examples and three detailed case studies: computer network load balancing, manufacturing system scheduling, and intelligent control systems.
Important features of this book include:
Stability Concepts and Analysis Techniques.
Load Balancing in Computer Networks.
Scheduling in Manufacturing Systems.
Intelligent Control Systems.