**An Introduction to Intelligent and Autonomous Control**

by Panos J. Antsaklis, Kevin M. Passino (eds)

**Publisher**: Kluwer Academic Publishers 1993**ISBN/ASIN**: 079239267**Number of pages**: 448

**Description**:

An introduction to the field of intelligent control with a broad treatment of topics by several authors (including hierarchical / distributed intelligent control, fuzzy control, expert control, neural networks, planning systems, and applications). This is an edited monograph with original contributions from each author.

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