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By Krzysztof Amborski (auth.), Professor M. Mansour, Professor W. Schaufelberger (eds.)

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Digital desktops were used progressively more to regulate diversified commercial tactics over the last decade. As of this day, many sy­ stems are designed to incorporate a approach keep watch over laptop as an essential component. using desktops has created a necessity for classy me­ thods for the operation and supervision of advanced business proces­ ses. To summarize the cutting-edge from the sensible in addition to from the theoretical standpoint, the 4th IFACIIFIP foreign convention on "Digital machine functions to procedure keep an eye on" can be held at Zurich from March 19 to 22, 1974. the 1st vo­ lumes of the lawsuits comprise the accredited papers submitted to the convention pointed out above. The papers are prepared in response to the subjects of the convention. a 3rd quantity will contain the six stick with­ ing survey papers: 1. electronic keep watch over Algorithms Prof. A. P. Sage, Dallas Texas I united states 2. Interface difficulties for procedure regulate Prof. T. J. Williams, Lafayette Indiana I united states three. software program for method desktops Dr. J. Gertler, Budapest I Hungary Dr. J. Sedlak, Prague I CSSR four. electronic desktop functions in Metallurgical approaches Mr. W. E. Miller, Salem I united states Mr. W. G. Wright, Schenectady I united states five. electronic desktop functions in strength structures Mr. D. Ernst, Erlangen / FRG 6. electronic machine purposes in Chemical and Oil Industries Dr. H.

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At each time interval, the difference between the performance index values on successive intervals is established. Then, according to this difference, tha stationary optimization program is continued, or the dynamic optimization cycle is repeated, beginning with the identification of the new extremum position. All the optimization device elements by means of which the identification, the estimation and the optimization are worked out, have been conceived so that their programs can oparate in real time and diserste regime.

The utilization of optimiaing strategies, differenti&to the ted with respect relative position of the operation point in comparison with the efficiency maximum. - the utilization of some optimizetion criteria and methods for the stochastic systems. The subject matter of the present paper is made up of these problems as well as of other specific aspects. 1) Z = C X -t-V whare xe R" ( 2. "' is the · s control vector, ZE. R r is the output vector, ve R" and WtS. Rare ran- dom vectors wich represent disturbances,measurement errnrs, etc.

1) Q depends on 0( and'f, as well as on des- (which, generally, are random has variables). 3) where E representa the operation of mathematical espectation. By mediating the Eq. 5) One can demoostrate theoretically and it is experimentally verified ( 41 the fact that the function ~ in the Eq. 4) has a minimum relative to o< and 'f at constant P and Hb• The function in the Eq. ft- ly determined by the second order moment of the disturbances, as it follows from the corresponding Eq. 3). In Fig. l 90 ~ 8o P= Pc=const.

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