Control Logic

Control logic for modeling reactive systems

Control logic is the part of a controller that defines how a reactive system responds to events or conditional changes. Applications for control logic include:

  • Supervising how to switch between different modes of operation
  • Scheduling a sequence of tasks or steps for a system
  • Defining fault detection, isolation, and recovery logic

Common tasks for modeling control logic include:

  • Modeling hierarchical state machines for large-scale systems
  • Adding flow charts to define complex control logic
  • Defining orthogonal states to represent systems with parallelism

For details, see Simulink® and Stateflow®.

See also: Stateflow, Simulink, finite state machine, state diagram, control systems, state-chart, control logic videos, Smart Emergency Response System