Hybrid Models of Studied Objects Using Remote Laboratories for Teaching Design of Control Systems

Mykhailo Poliakov, Tetiana Larionova, Galyna Tabunshchyk, Anzhelika Parkhomenko, Karsten Henke


This paper present models of studied objects with the help of remote laboratories containing physical and software components. These hybrid models were described as an integrated system with a hierarchy of controls. The functional structure of hybrid models was formalized using set theory. There are described examples of hybrid models, which software component contains subsystems of virtual models, models of the “hidden” part, the technical state models and environment models of the studied object. There are considered teaching scenarios of hybrid models application. It was given an example of design teaching scenario of diagnostic subsystem of a traffic light.


Hybrid models; integrated system; remote laboratory; set-theoretic model; teaching scenario of learning.

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International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE).ISSN: 1861-2121
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