Organization And Control Of Protocols Of Modular Structures For Collecting And Processing The Geoecological Monitoring Data
The relevance of the organization of distributed geoecological monitoring systems in the agro-industrial complex is shown. It is noted that the concept of interaction of such systems should be based on the development of a hierarchical structure and a mathematical model of data collection and processing with a built-in self-diagnostics subsystem. A modular hierarchical structure of data collection and processing for geo-environmental monitoring is proposed. It is represented by seven layers, from application to physical, similar to the OSI system interaction model. Based on the theory of finite automata, a mathematical model of interaction of protocol objects of modular data collection and processing structures with testing has been developed. Simulation of the method of forming tests for protocols of modular data collection and processing structures is performed. The obtained simulation results confirmed the effectiveness of the corrected TCP protocol in comparison with the standard TCP protocol (fewer intra-protocol interrupts). An estimation of the computational complexity of the transition coverage search algorithms using extended automata was obtained, which confirmed the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm with predicates in the form of integer linear inequalities in comparison with the classical algorithm.