Intelligent ship control with online learning ability

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Authors: Polkinghorne, M., Roberts, G.N. and Burns, R.S.

Journal: Computing and Control Engineering Journal

Volume: 8

Pages: 196-200

ISSN: 0956-3385

DOI: 10.1049/ccej:19970502

The paper considers how it is now feasible to employ a technique called fuzzy logic to develop an intelligent autopilot for small ships which has the ability to learn about its performance and make relevant tuning adjustments online to maintain levels of operation. The paper discusses the operation of the fuzzy logic controller, the self-organising controller and the design of a performance index

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Authors: Polkinghorne, M.N., Roberts, G.N. and Burns, R.S.

Journal: Computing and Control Engineering Journal

Volume: 8

Issue: 5

Pages: 196-200

ISSN: 0956-3385

DOI: 10.1049/cce:19970502

As recently demonstrated on the BBC1 science programme Tomorrow's World', it is now feasible to employ a technique called fuzzy logic to develop an intelligent autopilot for small ships which has the ability to learn about its performance and make relevant tuning adjustments online to maintain levels of operation.

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