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presumption of future development or state, for example judgement future values of course
 
presumption of future development or state, for example judgement future values of course
 
for any phenomenon, process or event.
 
for any phenomenon, process or event.
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It can be very useful to know probable values of the watched signal in some of
 
It can be very useful to know probable values of the watched signal in some of
 
the future steps. In spite of the prediction does not pertain to the methods, which are
 
the future steps. In spite of the prediction does not pertain to the methods, which are
 
often used in applications of programmable logic controllers (PLC) today. I believe that
 
often used in applications of programmable logic controllers (PLC) today. I believe that
 
creating a library with function block managing the prediction should change this state.
 
creating a library with function block managing the prediction should change this state.
I chosen diferential polynomial prediction as a algorithm for the prediction, be-
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I chosen diferential polynomial prediction as a algorithm for the prediction, because it showed very good properties in graduation theses of mister Kozderka [3], mainly for easy calculation.
cause it showed very good properties in graduation theses of mister Kozderka [3], mainly
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for easy calculation.
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* Cicvárek Martin, tel: +420 737 683 465, mailto:cicvam1@fel.cvut.cz
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* Ing. Šmejkal Ladislav CSc., mailto:lada.smejkal@seznam.cz

Revision as of 22:31, 4 May 2010

The function blocks library for analyze and prediction of the time digital signals in PLC

Author: Martin Cicvárek

Bakalářské práce 2008

The prediction. By dictionary of Wikipedia, the prediction is prognosis, prevision, presumption of future development or state, for example judgement future values of course for any phenomenon, process or event.

It can be very useful to know probable values of the watched signal in some of the future steps. In spite of the prediction does not pertain to the methods, which are often used in applications of programmable logic controllers (PLC) today. I believe that creating a library with function block managing the prediction should change this state. I chosen diferential polynomial prediction as a algorithm for the prediction, because it showed very good properties in graduation theses of mister Kozderka [3], mainly for easy calculation.