|Statuss(Aktīvs)||Izdruka||Arhīvs(0)||Studiju plāns Vecais plāns||Kursu katalogs||Vēsture|
|Course title||Industrial Computer Control|
|Total Hours in Course||80|
|Number of hours for lectures||8|
|Number of hours for seminars and practical classes||24|
|Independent study hours||48|
|Date of course confirmation||12/09/2017|
|Responsible Unit||Department of Computer Systems|
|Dr. sc. ing., doc. Vitālijs Komašilovs
|There is no prerequisite knowledge required for this course|
|Industrial process in its general meaning is formalized as logical sequence of activities that are adequate to the industrial process. Computer control methods usage for some of these steps become more frequest. students learn industrial applications of computer control that are classified in several classes of tasks: tasks of statistics and analysis, tasks of process recognition, tasks of imitation modelling and optimisation tasks.|
|Learning outcomes and their assessment|
|• Knowledge about applications of different computer control technologies in various tasks of industrial control and planning depending on the amount of available information;
• skills to organise the process of acquisition and analysis of the necessary information for solving of computer control tasks and analyse the priorities of tasks; • competence to individually analyze and solve computer control problems and offer solutions suitable for industry.
|1. Dorf R.C., Bishop R.H. Modern Control Systems, Tenth edition. Pearson Education, Inc. Pearson Prentice Hall 2005, 634 p.
2. Taha H.A. Operations Research: an Introduction. Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007., 813 p. 4. Skogestad S., Postlethwaite I Multivariate Feedback Control. John Willey & Sons Ltd., 2005.
|1. Business Process Management Journal, Wiley and Sons. 2. V-REP programmatūras tīmekļa vietne http://www.coppeliarobotics.com/|