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Assistance tools for generic definition of ITER maintenance tasks and scenarios in advanced supervisory control systems

Abstract : This paper concerns the improvement of supervisory control systems in the context of remote handling for the maintenance tasks in ITER. This work aims at providing a single formalism and tools to define in a generic way the ITER maintenance tasks and scenarios for in-vessel and hot cell operations. A three-layered approach is proposed to model these tasks and scenarios. Physical actions are defined for the scene elements. From these physical actions, behaviours are defined to represent high-level functionalities. Finally, interaction modes define the way that behaviours are achieved in terms of human-machine interactions. Case study concerning the blanket maintenance procedure is discussed concerning the contributions of the descriptive model and the context-based assistances to the activities of supervisory control.
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S. Zieba, F.-X. Russotto, M. da Silva Simoes, Y. Measson. Assistance tools for generic definition of ITER maintenance tasks and scenarios in advanced supervisory control systems. Fusion Engineering and Design, Elsevier, 2013, 88 (9-10), pp.2067-2072. ⟨10.1016/j.fusengdes.2013.02.088⟩. ⟨cea-01831849⟩

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