A New Method of Applying Data Engine Technology to Realize Neural Network Control
AbstractThis paper presents a novel diagonal recurrent neural network hybrid controller based on the shared memory of real-time database structure. The controller uses Data Engine (DE) technology, through the establishment of a unified and standardized software architecture and real-time database in different control stations, effectively solves many problems caused by technical standard, communication protocol, and programming language in actual industrial application: the advanced control algorithm and control system co-debugging difficulties, algorithm implementation and update inefficiency, and high development and operation and maintenance costs effectively fill the current technical gap. More importantly, the control algorithm development uses a unified visual graphics configuration programming environment, effectively solving the problem of integrated control of heterogeneous devices; and has the advantages of intuitive configuration and transparent data processing process, reducing the difficulty of the advanced control algorithms debugging in engineering applications. In this paper, the application of a neural network hybrid controller based on DE in motor speed measurement and control system shows that the system has excellent control characteristics and anti-disturbance ability, and provides an integrated method for neural network control algorithm in a practical industrial control system, which is the major contribution of this article. View Full-Text
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Zheng, S.; Bi, C.; Song, Y. A New Method of Applying Data Engine Technology to Realize Neural Network Control. Algorithms 2019, 12, 97.
Zheng S, Bi C, Song Y. A New Method of Applying Data Engine Technology to Realize Neural Network Control. Algorithms. 2019; 12(5):97.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zheng, Song; Bi, Chao; Song, Yilin. 2019. "A New Method of Applying Data Engine Technology to Realize Neural Network Control." Algorithms 12, no. 5: 97.
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