The design of a control system is not finished with the derivation of the necessary control algorithms. When the controller is implemented in a digital computer the system designer has to schedule all control and calculation tasks within the sampling interval of the system. Higher sampling frequencies often improve the system performance.
|Title of host publication||Transputer research and applications 5|
|Subtitle of host publication||NATUG-5, proceedings of the Fifth Conference of the North American Transputer Users Group, April 5-7, 1991, Baltimore, MD|
|Editors||Andrew Veronis, Yakup Paker|
|Place of Publication||Amsterdam|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 5 Apr 1992|
|Event||5th Conference of the North American Transputer Users Group, NATUG 1992 - Baltimore, United States|
Duration: 6 Apr 1992 → 7 Apr 1992
Conference number: 5
|Name||Transputer and occam engineering series|
|Conference||5th Conference of the North American Transputer Users Group, NATUG 1992|
|Period||6/04/92 → 7/04/92|
Schwirtz, M. H., Wijbrans, K. C. J., Bakkers, A. W. P., Hoogzaad, E. P., & Bruis, R. (1992). The Twente LINX backplane. In A. Veronis, & Y. Paker (Eds.), Transputer research and applications 5: NATUG-5, proceedings of the Fifth Conference of the North American Transputer Users Group, April 5-7, 1991, Baltimore, MD (pp. 218-231). (Transputer and occam engineering series; Vol. 24). Amsterdam: IOS Press.