Modelling Dynamic Systems with Artificial Neural Networks and Related Methods
Modelling Dynamic Systems with Artificial Neural Networks and Related Methods can be used as a textbook for the field it covers or as an introductory textbook for more advanced literature in the field.
The textbook comprises introduction to artificial neural networks, identification of linear and nonlinear dynamic systems, control with artificial neural networks, local-model networks and blended multiple-model systems, design of gain-scheduling control and identification of nonlinear systems with Gaussian processes. It is intended for undergraduate students, especially at the postgraduate level, who have sufficient knowledge in dynamic systems, as well as for professionals who wish to familiarise themselves with the concepts and views described. The textbook is not intended to be a detailed theoretically based description of the subject, but rather an overview of the field of identification of dynamic systems with neural networks and related methods from the perspective of systems theory and, in particular, its application. The work is intended to inform the reader about the views on this subject, which are related but treated very differently.