Automated product grade transitions, exposing the inherent and latent dangers of neural networks in manufacturing process control: an industrial case study

@article{Turner2006AutomatedPG,
  title={Automated product grade transitions, exposing the inherent and latent dangers of neural networks in manufacturing process control: an industrial case study},
  author={Paul Turner},
  journal={Neural Computing and Applications},
  year={2006},
  volume={16},
  pages={27-32}
}
The proliferation of neural network based solutions in manufacturing process control is causing concern for many engineers in the industry [American Automatic Control Conference (paper FP18-2), Denver, 2003; AIChE Spring Meeting (paper 144f), New Orleans, 2003]. The intrinsic and latent dangers of neural nets (within a control framework) are often overlooked when assessing a suitable technology for real-time control application. This case study examines the intrinsic properties of a neural net… CONTINUE READING

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