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RELATED WORK During the last years , a lot of work is done to investigate the different aspects that related to WSANs

@inproceedings{Marie2013RELATEDWD,
  title={RELATED WORK During the last years , a lot of work is done to investigate the different aspects that related to WSANs},
  author={Mehdi J. Marie and Ghaida A. Al-Suhail},
  year={2013}
}
This paper develops a new approach based on off-line trained artificial neural networks (ANNs) for an adaptive controller to compensate the packet loss and delay which almost occur in the channels of wireless sensor/actuator networks (WSANs). A model reference adaptive controller scheme is used to enhance the performance of the control system. The capability of training of ANNs is proposed to create a new controller which can be called model reference adaptive neural network controller (MRANNC… 

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