Objectives-object-oriented control architecture , Mechanical Engineering

Objectives

After studying this section, you should be capable to understand:

  • Cell control and modeling,
  • Context level data flow diagram,
  • A common cell control system, and
  • Object-oriented program and cell controlled class architecture.

 

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