Publication detail

Platform Independent Neural Semi-Inverse Controller

Petr Pivoňka, Michal Schmidt

Original Title

Platform Independent Neural Semi-Inverse Controller

English Title

Platform Independent Neural Semi-Inverse Controller

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

The neural network based semi-inverse controller is similar to an inverse controller. An inverse controller uses an inverse model of the controlled plant. On the other hand, the semi-inverse controller is based on a forward model of the plant. This avoids some of the problems of inversion. The algorithm is suitable for implementation in a PLC. For maximum portability of the algorithm between the development environment and its final implementation in the PLC, the algorithm is implemented on top of an abstract object-oriented layer, which provides platform independency.

English abstract

The neural network based semi-inverse controller is similar to an inverse controller. An inverse controller uses an inverse model of the controlled plant. On the other hand, the semi-inverse controller is based on a forward model of the plant. This avoids some of the problems of inversion. The algorithm is suitable for implementation in a PLC. For maximum portability of the algorithm between the development environment and its final implementation in the PLC, the algorithm is implemented on top of an abstract object-oriented layer, which provides platform independency.

Keywords

Neural network, Semi-inverse controller, Portable implementation, Real time

RIV year

2005

Released

15.06.2005

ISBN

1109-2777

Pages from

365

Pages to

369

Pages count

5

BibTex


@article{BUT46529,
  author="Petr {Pivoňka} and Michal {Schmidt}",
  title="Platform Independent Neural Semi-Inverse Controller",
  annote="The neural network based semi-inverse controller is similar to an inverse controller. An inverse controller uses an inverse model of the controlled plant. On the other hand, the semi-inverse controller is based on a forward model of the plant. This avoids some of the problems of inversion. The algorithm is suitable for implementation in a PLC. For maximum portability of the algorithm between the development environment and its final implementation in the PLC, the algorithm is implemented on top of an abstract object-oriented layer, which provides platform independency.",
  chapter="46529",
  journal="WSEAS Transactions on Systems",
  number="4",
  volume="4",
  year="2005",
  month="june",
  pages="365",
  type="journal article"
}