Neural networks as controllers
Control of automobile engine operating under idle conditions, must operate far away from its optimal region of operation. The idling is highly nonlinear time-varying process influenced by electric loads, shifting from neutral to drive in automatic transmissions, and other periodic or random disturbances. Regulating the engine control by using physical modeling and traditional adaptive control is a difficult problem, because there are a number of unknown variables in the physical model, and because of random disturbances. This is precisely a situation where neural network control might offer an alternate and more effective approach.
KeywordsNeural Network Hide Layer Automatic Transmission Recurrent Network Neural Network Control
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