tooling used for supervisory control runs on the Linux operating system. The recommended distribution is CentOS 5.x, but in principle any Linux system should do.
:!: Please note that the Linux operating system, as well as most of the tooling used ... | Systems Engineering lab (GEM-Z 0.08) | Linux OS | Directly available | ''setuptoolselect'
ded way to install the tooling is to use a 'real' Linux distribution, possibly inside a virtual machine. ... /www.andlinux.org/|andLinux]], "a complete Ubuntu Linux system running seamlessly in Windows 2000 based s... nload is 653 MB. After the download is completed, start the setup program.
The installed version of andL... * Enable sound: No sound.
* How do you want to start andLinux: Start andLinux manually in a command pr
go on, etc.
===== Modeling the plants =====
We start by making an (untimed) model of the plants (autom... he above figure. Follow these steps to do so:
* Start the SCIDE (Supervisory Control [[http://en.wikipe... development_environment|IDE]]) application.
* Linux: In a terminal, enter the following command:
* <code sh>scide</code>
* Windows: Start scide.exe.
* Wait for the application to finish
control of the actual hardware.
:!: Note that in Linux all commands are case sensitive!
===== Overview... l as the supervisor synthesis specification:
* Start SCIDE:
* In a terminal, enter:
* <code ... positions of the locations etc).
* Start with just a small part of the system, no more tha... ile is called ''%%sup.scim%%''.
For the [[:4k420:start|4K420]] course, if synthesizing a supervisor take
-ab.png}} from a sequence of commands like
START A @ 0
START B @ 3.5
COMM "get 5" A -> B @ 7.23
COMM "ok" B -> A @ 7.23
END B @ 7.25
===== Forma... =
The tool understands three kind of commands, a start command, an end command, and a communication comm... the available commands is discussed below.
==== Start command ====
The general form of the start comman
ted into the queue separately. The easiest way to start these simulations is to use Python to submit thes... solution would be to give each simulation a uniq start seed using the (I think) ''-s'' option.
I don't ... nd y from 10 to 20 with steps of 2. Since only a linux script textfile can be used to submit a simulatio... tions
# to do from the prompt
intStart = 1
# take start + the first argument of the prompt
intStop = intS
and Hybrid Chi simulators.
For tunneling under Linux use ssh with the -X option.
===== Applications ... han Exceed.
Running the simulator directly under Linux does not require installation of a separate X win... e other parts).
Perform the following steps:
* Start Exceed: Start -> Programs -> COMMUNICATION -> Hummingbird Connectivity 2006 -> Exceed. This will start a
alled //sctool// and it has been installed at our Linux serack systems.
Like many of the ''svctools'', '... This restores the file association with Python. (Linux does not need them, so they are not there)
* Ex... y directory where you downloaded sctools.
So, to start up sctool for instance, you would enter ''sctool.py'' in a Command Prompt window (Select //Start->Run//, entering ''cmd'' as program you want to r
tems:toolselect|toolselect]] (on the [[:sesystems:start#serack-nn.se.wtb.tue.nl|SE rack systems]]).
====... at=txt|this]] document.
* **Question**: When I start SCIDE, I get an error dialog which includes the t... * **Answer**: You probably use Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or CentOS. You should disable SE Linux. See also http://www.appistry.com/community/forums/content
s used, you have to include '--run-model' to tell linux that it should execute the whole model instead of... 'rm jobs/job*.txt')
# start main loop over vhi input variables
for u in U:
ta = ta_min/(0.01*u)
# start loop of simulation reps with the same input varia...
In the cluster tool, jobs may start almost simultaneously on different cluster proces
When running a long computation at a Linux machine, you may want to log out in between.
Ther... e time.
Also, please make sure processes that you start actually finish at some time. Nobody likes run-aw
the SCIDE graphical editor ======
For use under Linux, the SCIDE editor is part of the complete toolset... de and subdirectories (which will be created). To start the graphical editor execute the command ''scide.