(1997) An experimentation environment for neural control of simulated systems

J. Jarmulak, E.J.H. Kerckhoffs, “An experimentation environment for neural control of simulated systems”, in: Simulation Practice and Theory, Vol. 5, 1997, pp. 639-651. (pdf)

Abstract: In this article we present a dedicated software environment for neural control of simulated plants or processes. The environment allows to choose from four different neural control architectures; for each of these it provides the automatic implementation and the user defined setting of the required parameters. As an application example, the control of a nonlinear discrete system using a (neural) model-based predictive controller is discussed.

Key words: process control, neural networks, neural control, plant models, simulation software

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