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Ontologically controlled autonomous systems : principles, operations, and architecture

Author: George A Fodor
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Kluwer Academic Publishers, [1998] ©1998
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Ontologically Controlled Autonomous Systems: Principles, Operations and Architecture presents the main principles, operations and architecture involved in the design of a novel type of supervisory controller called an ontological controller. An ontological controller can be used to supervise any type of controller; however its intended applications are industrial-strength complex autonomous control systems using  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Fodor, George A., 1954-
Ontologically controlled autonomous systems
(DLC) 97037935
(OCoLC)37552444
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: George A Fodor
ISBN: 9781461554752 1461554756
OCLC Number: 883392335
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 245 pages) : illustrations
Contents: 1.1 Scope --
1.2 Autonomous Complex Control Systems --
1.3 Ontological Control --
1.4 Application Areas For Ontological Control --
References --
Control Concepts And Operations With Pcs --
2.1 Programmable Controllers --
2.2 Modern Programmable Controllers --
2.3 Causes For A Problematic Control Situation --
References --
Formal Description --
3.1 Basic Notions And Definitions --
3.2 Controller States And State Transitions --
3.3 Control Knowledge Types --
3.4 Control With An Object PC --
3.5 The GSO In A Problematic Control Situation --
3.6 De-synchronizations And The GSO --
3.7 Summary --
References --
A Well-Determined State Set --
4.1 Control Configurations --
4.2 Actions --
4.3 Well-Defined Controller State With A Configuration --
4.5 De-Synchronization --
4.6 A Well-Determined State Set --
4.7 Goal Paths In A Well-Determined State Set --
4.8 The Control set and The Collateral Set Of A State --
4.9 Summary --
References --
Violations of Ontological Assumptions --
5.1 Ontological Assumptions --
5.2 The GSOwds --
5.3 Distinguishing Between De-synchronization causes --
5.4 Post Synchronization Behavior --
5.5 Example --
Detecting Voa on a Non Well-Determined State Set --
6.1 Introduction --
6.2 Why State Sets Are Not Well Determined? --
6.3 Effective Control Paths --
6.4 The State Set Of The GSO-controller --
6.5 A Well Determined GSO-State Set --
6.6 De-synchronizations With The GSO-Controller --
6.7 Conclusions --
The Ontological Controller --
7.1 Motivations For The Ontological Control Architecture --
7.2 The State Set Of The Ontological Controller --
7.3 The Architecture Of The Ontological Controller --
7.4 Conclusions --
7.5 Future Research --
References.
Responsibility: by George A. Fodor.
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