Computing an Appropriate Control Strategy Based Only on a given Plant's Rule-based Model Is Np-hard

@inproceedings{Kreinovich1994ComputingAA,
  title={Computing an Appropriate Control Strategy Based Only on a given Plant's Rule-based Model Is Np-hard},
  author={Vladik Kreinovich},
  year={1994}
}
Extended Abstract INTRODUCTION Traditional control starts with the description (i.e. model) of a plant, and an objective to be achieved. Based on this information, methods of traditional control theory enables us to compute a control strategy. In fuzzy control, we usually do not have an accurate model of the plant and we often can not express an objective in precise mathematical terms. Instead, we have a collection of \fuzzy" rules that an expert uses to control or describe the operation of a… CONTINUE READING

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