This paper addresses model reduction for discrete time hybrid systems that are described by a Mixed Logical Dynamical (MLD) model. The goal is to simplify the MLD model while preserving its input/output behavior. This is useful when considering a reachability property that depends on the output and should be enforced by appropriately setting the input. The proposed procedure for model reduction rests on the analysis of the structure of the MLD system and on its observability properties. It is also applicable to PieceWise Affine (PWA) systems that can be equivalently represented as MLD systems. In the case of PWA systems, mode merging can be adopted to further simplify the model.

Model reduction of discrete time hybrid systems: A structural approach based on observability

VIGNALI, RICCARDO MARIA;PRANDINI, MARIA
2016

Abstract

This paper addresses model reduction for discrete time hybrid systems that are described by a Mixed Logical Dynamical (MLD) model. The goal is to simplify the MLD model while preserving its input/output behavior. This is useful when considering a reachability property that depends on the output and should be enforced by appropriately setting the input. The proposed procedure for model reduction rests on the analysis of the structure of the MLD system and on its observability properties. It is also applicable to PieceWise Affine (PWA) systems that can be equivalently represented as MLD systems. In the case of PWA systems, mode merging can be adopted to further simplify the model.
2016 International Workshop on Symbolic and Numerical Methods for Reachability Analysis (SNR)
978-1-5090-3079-8
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