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— In most existing motion control algorithms, a reference trajectory is tracked, based on a continuous measurement of the system's response. In many industrial applications, however, it is either not possible or too expensive to install sensors which measure the system's output over the complete stroke: instead, the motion can only be detected at certain(More)
—Heating a home is an energy consuming task. Most thermostats are programmed to turn on the heating at a particular time in order to reach and maintain a predefined target temperature. A lot of energy is often wasted since most of these thermostats do not take energy consumption into account but are only concerned with reaching the target temperature. In(More)
— Many of the standard optimization algorithms focus on optimizing a single, scalar feedback signal. However, real-life optimization problems often require a simultaneous optimization of more than one objective. In this paper, we propose a multi-objective extension to the standard X-armed bandit problem. As the feedback signal is now vector-valued, the goal(More)
—Many industrial problems are inherently multi-objective, and require special attention to find different trade-off solutions. Typical multi-objective approaches calculate a scalarization of the different objectives and subsequently optimize the problem using a single-objective optimization method. Several scalarization techniques are known in the(More)
In most existing motion control algorithms, a reference trajectory is tracked, based on a continuous measurement of the system's response. In many industrial applications, however, it is either not possible or too expensive to install sensors which measure the system's output over the complete stroke: instead, the motion can only be detected at certain(More)
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