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vol 63 / September, 2020
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DOI 10.17586/0021-3454-2015-58-11-927-933

UDC 004.001;004.001.57;004.7.001.57

ALGORITHM OF THREE-LEVEL MODELING OF MULTI-PARAMETER TECHNICAL SYSTEM

S. P. Dmitrieva
ITMO University, Department of Optical and Digital Systems and Technologies; Research Engineer


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Abstract. An analytical model is developed for multi-parameter technical system state assessment. The model allows monitoring of the system objective functions during its operation on the base of a posteriori information. The model construction calls for identification of basic and clarifying component varying degrees of detail at different levels, according to the principle of composition and decomposition of technical systems. Application of the analytical model to assessment of the state of a multi-parameter technical system considered in relation to complex hierarchical distributed multi-agent dynamic measuring systems to be designed in the framework of the project on construction of weather station complex.
Keywords: computer simulation, analytical model, predictive assessment of technical systems, algorithm, basic component, multi-parameter technical system

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