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Action evolution for intelligent agents
This paper introduces an alternative method of reinforcement learning for intelligent agents. The aim with this method is to closer emulate the natural thought processes of problem solving. This paper only provides a ...
Linear model of a closed three-shaft Brayton cycle
A linear model of a closed three-shaft Brayton cycle is developed. The model is intended to give an understanding of the dominant dynamic behavior in a nuclear power system that utilizes a closed three-shaft Brayton cycle. ...
Data acquisition system for capturing dynamic transients in a control valve
This work presents the development of a data acquisition (DAQ) system to be used in conjunction with fuzzy modelling to derive a dynamic mathematical model of a control valve. Characterising the behaviour of a control valve ...
A comparative study on fault detection and correction techniques on active magnetic bearing systems
(IEEE-Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2007)
In this paper, the authors distinguish between three real-time fault detection, correction and identification schemes for vibration forces on the rotor of a rotational active magnetic bearing (AMB) system. Historical fault ...