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Topic: Continuous process industries, DCS questions.
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After Software, What's Next?
Originally posted by Charles Moeller on 27 January, 2012 - 6:30 pm
Reliable hardware is solved but not software. If we are able to produce a hardware solution to most control problems, who will be its champion?
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Armin: Armin Steinhoff wrote: >>> Every FPGA based control system is software based...
Vladimir: Vladimir Zyubin wrote: > Charlie: I really wish you the best, and I have no...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 21 February, 2012 - 9:37 am -
Vladimir Zyubin wrote: >> As to me, I think, it is more easy to wait for a patent or a ...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 21 February, 2012 - 9:17 am -
CharlieM wrote: > I object to the method of TM, shared resources, and software because it is...
Vladimir, You wrote: > It is quite obvious, the implementation ("how to do")...
Vladimir: CharlieM wrote: >> As Ayn Rand wrote, "We exist for the sake of earning...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 20 February, 2012 - 6:23 am -
Bruce Durdle wrote: > The difficulty in developing solutions to control problems is in first...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 20 February, 2012 - 4:27 am -
CharlieM wrote: > As Ayn Rand wrote, "We exist for the sake of earning rewards." ...
Bruce Durdle: > As I see it, the "software as in the bits and bytes needed to make a...
As I see it, the "software as in the bits and bytes needed to make a computer work" is...
Vladimir: > I personally still think it can be something interesting under...
Armin: Armin Steinhoff wrote: >>> ... and what is a multi-threaded time? Charles...
Julie in Austin: > The software problem is NOT software. It exists because "good...
First, there are, and have been for decades, microcontrollers that can present summed values in...
Reference 2. in the previous post should be: ...
Bruce: >Charles said: >> The fundamental logic has not changed much either, nor have...
Bill: >> Charles said: "My thesis is that the problems of software can be cured by ...
Charles Moeller wrote: >> The biggest problem designers have with control software is the...
James: > We're well on our way to low cost / free hardware design tools > (e.g. SystemC)....
CWW: I take it the "scatter logic" to which you refer is what we used to call...
Moderator's note: This message originally quoted the entire message in post...
Mr. Caro: > Have you applied for a patent on this new hardware class? I would enjoy >...
Moderator's note: This message originally quoted the entire message in post...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 8 February, 2012 - 12:08 am -
CharlieM wrote: >>> More recently, Physicist Dr. Lee Smolin asked, "How can we...
> Charles, for many years process control was supplied by pure hardware solutions ---- snip...
Vladimir: CharlieM wrote: >> More recently, Physicist Dr. Lee Smolin in The...
Bill: CharlieM wrote: >> Efficiency and speed are gained by local control in...
> Mr. Moeller: Are you advocating some new hardware architecture? It would help > this...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 7 February, 2012 - 11:47 am -
> CharlieM wrote: More recently, Physicist Dr. Lee Smolin in The > trouble with...
Armin: ---- snip ---- > Parallel-concurrent operation happens today on every standard PC. ...
> Yes, it can be presented as a number, but TM "as is" does not > include such...
Vladimir: > CharlieM wrote: The human psychology and physiology is able to handle situational ...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 6 February, 2012 - 3:38 am -
> CharlieM said: > A parallel-concurrent language is a necessary next step toward >...
James: >> CharlieM: "Simpler is better." > I think we'd all agree with...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 5 February, 2012 - 1:48 pm -
CharlieM > The human psychology and physiology is able to handle situational dynamics in a...
Vladimir: CharlieM said: >> My point is that there is a >>more appropriate...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 5 February, 2012 - 3:40 am -
CharlieM > My point is that there is a more appropriate technology for process > control...
The human psychology and physiology is able to handle situational dynamics in a parallel-concurrent...
CharlieM: "The Bhopal disaster had nothing to do with electronic/electrical hardware, but was...
CharlieM: "Simpler is better." I think we'd all agree with that... up to a point. It...
Armin: Charlie Said:>> The conversions to the space-domain >>and back to the...
Armin: >>> Vladimir said: It would be very interesting to talk about. Can you show the...
>> CharlieM said: There are certain impediments (I have a list) that are inherent in ...
By Vladimir E. Zyubin on 2 February, 2012 - 10:09 am -
CharlieM> There are certain impediments (I have a list) that are inherent in that type of...
Originally posted by Automation Engineer on 14 February, 2012 - 1:57 am
Can anybody suggest Jumper Setting in Two Zip Drives mounted in single US Station for Honeywell TDC-3000/TPS ?
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> Thank You very much. Hope it worked!...
Thank You very much....
Topic: The Business of Automation and Control
from the Am I in the wrong side??????? department...
What is wrong with GE Fanuc
Originally posted by Matzumura on 9 March, 2003 - 9:54 pm
I am new to this forum and a GE Fanuc system integrator. Why does everybody talk about AB, Siemens and Modicon?
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With the PLC/5, you are comparing late 80's early 90's tech. PLC/5 have held up VERY well compared...
Topic: Communications systems and equipment.
from the CONTROL department...
ESD thru MODBUS??
Originally posted by PANDU on 8 February, 2012 - 1:17 am
Is ESD thru modbus is ok??
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> In closing, using Modbus, as long as the data transfer time is acceptable for > the...
Originally posted by ben galay on 6 February, 2012 - 6:41 am
Temperature Monitoring for Rotating Contacts
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It depends on the temperature and the surface characteristics (emissivity) for a simple infrared...
Topic: PLCs and related questions.
from the Private labelled PLC department...
Looking for info on Jensen PLC
Originally posted by Jim Dantin on 15 February, 2002 - 1:06 pm
Looking for the manufacturer of PLCs that are used in Jensen Textile machines
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jensen plc is manufactured by cotas computer technology and was acquired by Vestas wind turbine...
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