Sastry, PS and Santharam, G and Unnikrishnan, KP (1994) Memory Neuron Networks for Identification and Control of Dynamical Systems. In: IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, 5 (2). pp. 306-319.
This paper discusses memory neuron networks as models for identification and adaptive control of nonlinear dynamical systems. These are a class of recurrent networks obtained by adding trainable temporal elements to feedforward networks that makes the output history-sensitive. By virtue of this capability, these networks can identify dynamical systems without having to be explicitly fed with past inputs and outputs. Thus, they can identify systems whose order is unknown or systems with unknown delay. It is argued that for satisfactory modeling of dynamical systems, neural networks should be endowed with such internal memory. The paper presents a preliminary analysis of the learning algorithm, providing theoretical justification for the identification method. Methods for adaptive control of nonlinear systems using these networks are presented. Through extensive simulations, these models are shown to be effective both for identification and model reference adaptive control of nonlinear systems.
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|Date Deposited:||25 Aug 2008|
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