- promote interactions between all the disciplines interested in intelligent control,
- provide access to some of the latest promising research in a wide spectrum of the areas of intelligent control, and
- open a window on the techniques of intelligent control for the practicing engineer who is interested in pursuing the ideas further.
Table 1. Related conventional and intelligent control techniques.
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