Cognitive Technologies in Monitoring Management
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The concept of cognitive monitoring is defined. Some possible approaches to the construction of cognitive monitoring systems are considered and their generalized structure is described. The concept of a cognitive monitoring machine is introduced. A cognitive architecture approach to design monitoring systems that features the generation of on-demand architectures is proposed. The structure of a platform oriented to the use of this approach is described. An example of creating a cognitive monitoring system is considered.
Keywordscognitive systems monitoring systems and cognitive architecture approach to monitoring system design
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