Control and embedded intelligence

Lucas-Smith, Anthony (2002). Control and embedded intelligence. In: Wiese, Paul and John, Phillip eds. Engineering design in the multi-discipline era: a systems approach. UK: Professional Engineering Publishing Limited, pp. 67–83.



Traditional view of control, control as a more flexible system, the perception-cognition-actuation model, the need for embedded computing and communications, the nature of embedded computing and the concept of artificial intelligence, uncertainty and intelligence related to games and industrial processes, distributed intelligence using autonomous intelligent agents and the concept of emergent behaviour, current technologies and their significance, rule-based systems for diagnosis and decision-making, fuzzy logic for control purposes, how these concepts fit into systems engineering.

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