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AUTONOMOUS CONTROL SYSTEMS: ARCHITECTURE AND FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES
 

Summary: WP7 2:00
AUTONOMOUS CONTROL SYSTEMS:
ARCHITECTURE AND FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES
PJ. Antsaklis, KLM PassinD
Dqt ofEecuical an Cmnpua Enge
Univasity ofNotr Due
Notr Dame, IN14655
ABSTRACT
Autonomous control systems must perform well under
signifcant uncertaintes in the plant and the envionmet for exended
periods of tim and they must be able to pate for system failu
without external intervention. Such contrl systems evolve from
conventional control systems and their development requires
interdisciplinary research. A h hical f il a scontrol
architecture is intoduced here and its futions are described in detaiL
The fundamental issues in autnomnous control system modeling and
analysis are discussed.
1.0 INTRODUCTION
Autonomous control systems must perform well under
signifit uncertainties in te plant and the envionment for extended

  

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

 

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