Hybrid and Uncertain Systems
- Department of Transport Telematics
The advanced concepts, knowledges and methodologies of System Theory and System Engineering focused on the solving of tasks in complex socio - technical systems are presented and studied. The concepts of Hybrid and Virtual Systems are introduced and analyzed. The specific tasks of the homogenisation of the wholes, stressed by significant uncertainty are studied as well. Reliability and Life-time of systems being identified on Transportation and Telecommunication Objects are in the focus of study from the application point of view.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1.Introduction and Definition of Hybrid and Virtual Systems.
2.Hybrid Systems and Hybrid Wholes, boundaries / interfaces, Regularisation.
3.Statistic and Fuzzy Attempts.
7.Coarsening, Thresholding and Ignorance.
8.Homogenisation : Regularisation of Interface, Balancing of Interactions.
9.Information Power, Language, Multilanguage.
10.Homogenisation: Translation in Multilingual Environment.
11.Genetic Code of Hybrid System / Whole.
12.Identity of Hybrid System / Whole and Identity of Virtual System.
13.Reliability and Life - time of Hybrid and Virtual Systems.
14.Emergent Phenomena, Prediction of Hybrid and Virtual Systems Evolution.
- Syllabus of tutorials:
- Study Objective:
- Study materials:
Klir G.: Facets of System Science, Plenum, 1991
Skyttner, L.: General System theory - An Introduction, London, Mac Millan Press, 1996
Checkland, P., Scholes, J.: Soft System methodology in action, Chichester, John Willey, 1990
K620 HNS on faculty web
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: