Intelligent Control: Principles, Techniques and Applications

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World Scientific, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 450 pages
This book introduces the development process, structural theories and research areas of intelligent control; explains the knowledge representations, searching and reasoning mechanisms as the fundamental techniques of intelligent control; studies the theoretical principles and architectures of various intelligent control systems; analyzes the paradigms of representative applications of intelligent control; and discusses the research and development trends of the intelligent control.From the general point of view, this book possesses the following features: updated research results both in theory and application that reflect the latest advances in intelligent control; closed connection between theory and practice that enables readers to use the principles to their case studies and practical projects; and comprehensive materials that helps readers in understanding and learning.
 

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Contents

Preface vii
1
References
29
Methodology of Knowledge Representation
35
References
62
Hierarchical Control Systems
87
References
135
References
180
Neurocontrol Systems
242
References
296
Learning Control Systems
302
References
347
Intelligent Control Systems in Application
353
References
427
Biography
441
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