Control of sensory perception for discrete event systems
The problem of controlling sensory perception for use in discrete event feedback control systems is addressed in this thesis. The sensory perception controller (SPC) is formulated as a sequential Markov decision problem. The SPC has two main objectives; 1) to collect perceptual information to identify discrete events with high ·levels of confidence and 2) to keep the sensing costs low. Several event recognition techniques are available where each of the event recognisers produces...[Show more]
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