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ming Control Panos J. Antsaklis

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ming Control
Panos J. Antsaklis
eaming is an important dimension or attribute of intelligent
Lcontrol [11.Highly autonomous behavior is a very desirable
characteristic of advanced control systems so they perform well
underchangingconditionsintheplantand theenvironment(even
in the control goals), without external intervention.This requires
the ability to adapt to changes affecting, in a significantmanner,
the operatingregion of the system.Adaptivebehaviorof this type
is not typically offered by conventional control systems. Addi-
tional decision-making abilities should be added to meet the
increasedcontrolrequirements.The controller'scapacityto learn
from past experience is an integral part of such highly autono-
mous controllers. The goal of introducing learning methods in
control is to broaden the region of operability of conventional
control systems. Therefore, the ability to learn is one of the
fundamental attributes of autonomous intelligent behavior [1.23:
The author is professor of electrical engineering at the Universig


Source: Antsaklis, Panos - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Notre Dame


Collections: Engineering