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By Georg Pelz

* Covers the modelling and simulation of mechatronic and micromechatronic platforms utilizing HDLs. * offers an outline of the layout of electronic and analog circuitry and software program for mechatronic platforms. * offers useful counsel on either chip and structures layout for a variety of mechatronic purposes. * makes a speciality of a pragmatic method of the layout and simulation of digital and parts of mechatronic structures.

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Any deviation from this principle indicates serious deficits in the model. Balance principles The principles of the conservation of energy and matter apply not only to the physical reality, but also for the model itself. Current/voltage laws Currents, forces and moments at a point add up to zero. Voltages and velocities add up to zero in a closed loop. These relationships apply for any electronic or mechanical system with concentrated parameters. Value range State and output variables and parameters are normally associated with an applicable range of values.

8) i=1 where wi denotes weight. 5). 5 MODEL VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION 29 The values of Q2 lie between zero and one, with values close to one indicating a high level of inequality and values close to zero indicating a high level of equality between measurement and simulation. 10) (yi − zi )2 i=1 In this case values close to one indicate a good correspondence and lower values indicate a correspondingly poorer agreement. Although these measures achieve a significantly better quantification of the correspondence between measurement and simulation than the visual comparison, unresolved problems remain.

Grouping of components into blocks and combining the associated variables. The first method assumes that not all factors are equally important for the determination of the behaviour of a model. Typically, these factors are classified as first and second-order effects. The behaviour of a model usually depends primarily upon a few first-order effects, whilst the second-order effects, although numerous, can generally be neglected without significantly detracting from the validity of the resulting model.

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