Multiresolutional System: Complexity and Reliability
Reliability of intelligent systems can be judged upon their complexity. General case of a control system is considered, and an analytical expression for complexity is analyzed. We demonstrate that intelligence reduces complexity and increases reliability. This paper defends a view that “intelligence” is a tool of making reliable systems out of insufficiently reliable components.
KeywordsAccuracy Aggregation Approximation Combinatorial Synthesis Complexity Decomposition Focusing Attention Generalization Goal-oriented System Intelligence Intelligent Control Knowledge Multiresolutional System Reliability Representation Resolution Robustness MS3-search TEBU-Stability Tessellations
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