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Production system multi-modelling for control assessment

Abstract : The constant evolution of the environment of a system leads to detect and interpret all the various events susceptible to modify the performances of the system, i.e. its functionality, structure and / or behaviour, particularly during its exploitation phase. To cope with such a problem, this paper focuses on the appropriateness of production system multi-modelling (multilevel and multi-view modelling) with the context of use of the system, and its evaluation. It proposes an approach which provides analysts with the appropriate view of a production system, for control assessment. This approach is based on the comparison between the Performance Indicators – System (performance evaluated a posteriori when the measurement comes from the real system) and the Performance Indicators – Model (performance evaluated a priori when the measurement translates the behavior of a model of the system).
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Séverine Sperandio, Frédéric Pereyrol, Jean-Paul Bourrières. Production system multi-modelling for control assessment. International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management - SSM06, 2006, Troyes, France. ⟨hal-00184744⟩

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