Intelligent Systems: Architecture, Design, and Control
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This comprehensive treatment of the field of intelligent systems is written by two of the foremost authorities in the field. The authors clearly examine the theoretical and practical aspects of these systems. The book focuses on the NIST-RCS (Real-time Control System) model that has been used recently in the Mars Rover.


Intelligence in Natural and Constructed Systems
Theoretical Fundamentals
Knowledge Representation
Reference Architecture
Motivations, Goals, and Value Judgment
Sensory Processing
Behavior Generation
Multiresolutional Planning: A Sketch of the Theory
Multiresolutional Hierarchy of Planner/Executor Modules
Applications of Multiresolutional Architectures for Intelligent Systems
Intelligent Systems: Precursor of the New Paradigm in Science and Engineering
Name Index
Subject Index


"An original model of intelligent systems ins introduced, integrating knowledge from diverse sources and developing a general theory that can be used for analysis of all kinds of highly complex systems..." (SciTech Book News, Vol. 25, No. 4, December 2001)

"...It is a highly valuable book for students, workers and researchers in this area." (Measurement & Control, May 2003)