The concept of evolutionary synthesis of modern complex control systems

The concept of the evolutionary synthesis of complex control systems, which are the subject of study in classical control theory, and the concept of the evolutionary synthesis of intelligent fault-tolerant control systems, which are the result of the intellectualization of traditional complex control systems in order to solve problems of rational decision-making, the difference between these concepts from each other, are considered. At the same time, the intellectualization of complex systems should be considered as a positive type of development of control systems, which significantly facilitates making the right decisions, since the decision mechanisms in them are similar to the mechanisms used by human intelligence. The main feature of these types of complex control systems is the inability to unambiguously adequately describe the complex control system under study using classical mathematical methods. Mathematical models are suitable only for describing some moments, the most general properties and patterns, and there is always a wide range of issues and problems that cannot be described on the basis of existing formal methods. The methodology of evolutionary synthesis, combining the best achievements of classical control theory and the theory of artificial intelligence, is designed to help solve these problems.

Authors: Ju. А. Korablev, D. М. Loseva, М. Ju. Shestopalov

Direction: Informatics, Computer Technologies And Control

Keywords: the concept of evolutionary synthesis, complex control systems, intellectualization, modeling

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