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The paper presents and discusses a system (xDriver) which uses an Intelligent System of Decision-making (ISD) for the task of car driving. The principal subject is the implementation, simulation and testing of the ISD system described earlier in our publications (Kowalczuk and Czubenko in artificial intelligence and soft computing lecture notes in computer(More)
Over the recent years, a considerable growth in the number of vehicles on the road has been observed. This increases importance of vehicle safety and minimization of fuel consumption, subsequently prompting manufacturers to equip cars, with more advanced features such as adaptive cruise control (ACC)or collision avoidance and collision warning system (CWS).(More)
— Minimum variance (MV) can characterize the most fundamental performance limitation of a system, owing to the existence of time-delays/infinite zeros. It has been widely used as a benchmark to assess the regulatory performance of control loops. For a SISO system, this benchmark can be estimated given the information of the system time delay. In order to(More)
The increasingly stringent emissions regulations require that engine manufacturers must reduce emissions of particulate matter (PM). PM is made up mainly of carbon in the form of PM and complex compound that are absorbed into the PM particles. Significant quantities PM poses a threat to health. Technologies available for PM reduction are heavily dependent(More)
The large majority of modern energy systems require multiple operating modes, each with a different control regime. This characteristic lends such systems well to the methods of hybrid control. The transition from relatively simple control systems to more sophisticated multi-mode systems is essential to maintain energy efficiency while keeping the operating(More)
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