Pecularities of Semantic Nets in Control Systems

  • Ana KOBIASHVILI Georgian Technical University
  • Davit CHIKOVANI International Black Sea University, Invited Lecturer, Georgian Technical University
  • Medhat Medany MOUSA International Black Sea University
  • Cabir ERGÜVEN International Black Sea University
Keywords: Colored graphs, decision-making systems, deductive inference, disjunctive, knowledge representation, predicate calculus, semantic nets

Abstract

This paper describes the main functions of control systems of complex technological objects in the operating mode. The method of representation
of information in complex objects by means of semantic nets is offered which forms a knowledge representation model of the principal
components of control systems. The range of tasks requiring to be solved during the design process of control systems is analyzed. The formalism
of knowledge representation is determined and procedures and communicational means of deductive inference in this formalism are
worked out. A decision-making algorithm of deductive inference on semantic nets is developed. The elaborated algorithm carries out a dialogue
with a dispatcher of a control system and on the basis of data analysis received from the object, generates recommendations for controlling
this object. This algorithm can be used in solving a wide range of problems, such as operative-dispatch control of power systems, automotive
control of complex objects and other kinds of problems which are impossible to be solved by means of formal methods.

Author Biographies

Ana KOBIASHVILI, Georgian Technical University
Faculty of Informatics and Control Systems
Davit CHIKOVANI, International Black Sea University, Invited Lecturer, Georgian Technical University
Faculty of Computer Technology and Engineering
Medhat Medany MOUSA, International Black Sea University
Program Coordinator Master & PhD.c. Students at the Faculty of Computer Technology and Engineering
Cabir ERGÜVEN, International Black Sea University
Faculty of Computer Technology and Engineering
Published
31-05-2015
Section
Articles