A Note on Undecidability of Observation Consistency for Non-Regular Languages

Tomáš Masopust

One of the most interesting questions concerning hierarchical control of discrete-event systems with partial observations is a condition under which the language observability is preserved between the original and the abstracted plant. Recently, we have characterized two such sufficient conditions---observation consistency and local observation consistency. In this paper, we prove that the condition of observation consistency is undecidable for non-regular (linear, deterministic context-free) languages. The question whether the condition is decidable for regular languages is open.

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