Applications in Electrical Systems
Electrical services are becoming more and more important in modern intelligent buildings as most of the conventional mechanical systems, i.e. pneumatic and hydraulic, have already undergone technological revolutions, being upgraded to the direct digital control mode. In this chapter, we shall look at selected applications of AI techniques in electrical systems, including computer vision based metering and lighting control, fuzzy logic based harmonics patterns recognition, neural network based harmonics evaluation and lighting design using computer algebra.
KeywordsFuzzy Number Discrete Fourier Transform Electrical System Triangular Fuzzy Number Luminous Intensity
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