WIT Press

Hierarchical Networks For Space Navigation

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/AI940361

Volume

6

Pages

10

Published

1994

Size

1,355 kb

Author(s)

B. Stilman

Abstract

This paper reports new results on engineering applications of Linguistic Geometry. This formal theory is intended to discover the inner properties of human expert heuristics, which were successful in a certain class of complex control systems, and apply them to different systems. The Linguistic Geometry relies on the formalization of search heuristics, which allow to decompose complex system into the hierarchy of subsystems, and thus solve intractable problems reducing the search. Currently we investigate heuristics extracted in the form of hierarchical networks of paths. The dynamic hierarchy of networks is represented as a hierarchy of formal attribute languages. This paper includes a brief survey of the Linguistic Geometry, and an example of a solution of optimization problem for space robotic vehi

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