kr09-1 - Knowledge-Based Control Systems (SC4081) Lecture...

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Knowledge-Based Control Systems (SC4081) Lecture 1: Introduction Robert Babuˇ ska Delft Center for Systems and Control Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Delft University of Technology The Netherlands e-mail: [email protected] http://www.dcsc.tudelft.nl/˜rbabuska tel: 015-27 85117 Robert Babuˇ ska Delft Center for Systems and Control, TU Delft 1 Lecture Outline 1. General information about the course 2. Conventional control – a refresher 3. Intelligent control 4. Introduction to fuzzy sets Robert Babuˇ ska Delft Center for Systems and Control, TU Delft 2 Knowledge-Based Control Systems (SC4081) Lecturers: R. Babuˇ ska, H. Hellendoorn, J. van Ast Assistant: Lucian Busoniu Lectures: (10 lectures = 20 hours) = 4 ECTS credits Monday (13:45 – 15:30) in lecture room D, Aula Wednesday (13:45 – 15:30) in lecture room D, 3mE no lectures in the week February 22 – 28, 2010 Examinations: (check yourself the dates and times!): dates not yet known Exam constitutes 60% of the final grade, remaining 40% are two assignments: literature and Matlab assignment Robert Babuˇ ska Delft Center for Systems and Control, TU Delft 3 Matlab Assignment Objectives: Get additional insight through Matlab implementation. Apply the tools to practical (simulated) problems. The assignment consists of three problems: fuzzy systems, fuzzy control and neural networks modeling. Work in groups of two students, more information later. Will be handed out on March 1, 2010, report deadline April 5, 2010 Robert Babuˇ ska Delft Center for Systems and Control, TU Delft 4
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Literature Assignment Objectives: gain knowledge on recent research results through literature research learn to effectively use available search engines write a concise paper summarizing the findings present the results in a conference-like presentation Deadline paper and presentations – March 12, 2010, 8:45 – 15:30 Work in groups of four students. Choose subject via Blackboard SC4081 Literature assignment – Do it this week! Robert Babuˇ ska Delft Center for Systems and Control, TU Delft 5 Goals and Content of the Course knowledge-based and intelligent control systems 1. Introduction to intelligent control 2. Fuzzy sets and systems 3. Data analysis and system identification 4. Knowledge based fuzzy control 5. Artificial neural networks 6. Control based on fuzzy and neural models 7. Reinforcement learning control 8. Swarm intelligence 9. Applications Robert Babuˇ ska Delft Center for Systems and Control, TU Delft 6 Course Material Sc4080 Knowledge-Based Control Systems Lecture Notes October 2003 Robert Babuska Lecture notes: Robert Babuˇ ska: Knowledge-Based Control Systems . TU Delft, 2010 (available from NextPrint) Items available for download at: www.dcsc.tudelft.nl/˜SC4081 Transparencies as PS and PDF files Demos, examples, assignments with Matlab/Simulink Blackboard Robert Babuˇ ska Delft Center for Systems and Control, TU Delft 7 Where to run Matlab At your home PC: Matlab Classroom Kit (you can download it from Blackboard).
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