Switching subsystems within the framework of distributed operational annunciator and monitoring systems: program design features

Kravets, O. Ya.; Makarov, O. Yu.; Oleinikova, S. A.; Pitolin, V. M.; Choporov, O. N.
November 2013
Automation & Remote Control;Nov2013, Vol. 74 Issue 11, p1919
Academic Journal
This paper discusses the theoretical aspects in program design of switching subsystems within distributed operational annunciator and monitoring systems.


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