Applications of Perturbation Analysis in Stochastic Hybrid Systems
Julia Lima Fleck and Christos G. Cassandras
This book focuses on applying Infinitesimal Perturbation Analysis (IPA) to two different problems: traffic light control and control of cancer progression, both of which are viewed as dynamic optimization problems in a Stochastic Hybrid System environment.
Energy-Latency Trade-Offs in Real-Time Wireless Sensor Networks
Lei Miao and Christos G. Cassandras
The book studies resource allocation problems characterized by energy-latency trade-offs in Wireless Sensor Networks using optimal control methods in the framework of Discrete Event Systems. It is shown that that energy of wireless nodes can be greatly saved by introducing some delay of task completion time in applications like Dynamic Transmission Control and Dynamic Voltage Scaling for energy-limited systems.
Introduction to Discrete Event Systems, 1st and 2nd Editions
Christos G. Cassandras and Stephane Lafortune
Introduction to Discrete Event Systems is written as a textbook for courses at the senior undergraduate level or the first-year graduate level. It will be of interest to students and researchers in a variety of disciplines where the study of discrete event systems is relevant: control, communications, computer engineering, computer science, manufacturing engineering, operations research, and industrial engineering.
Stochastic Hybrid Systems
Christos G. Cassandras and John Lygeros
Edited by leading experts in the field, the book introduces the theoretical basics, computational methods, and applications of Stochastic Hybrid Systems (SHS). It discusses the underlying principles behind SHS and the main design limitations. Building on these fundamentals, the authoritative contributors present methods that apply SHS analysis and synthesis techniques in practice. It also explains how to resolve practical problems associated with these systems.
Discrete Event Systems: Modeling and Performance Analysis
Christos G. Cassandras
This is the first instructional text to be published in an area that emerged in the early 1980s and that spans such disciplines as systems and control theory, operations research, and computer science. Developments in this area are impacting the design and analysis of complex computer-based engineering systems. The text provides a unified framework for modeling, design, analysis, and control of these “man made” dynamic systems.