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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES USING ENTROPY

Start:

10/14/2019 at 4:00PM

End:

10/14/2019 at 5:00PM

Location:

214 DeBartolo Hall
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This talk presents the Entropy approach to modeling and performance evaluation of Intelligent Machines (IMs), which are modeled as hierarchical, multi-level structures. It provides a chronological summary of developments related to intelligent control, from its origins to current advances. It discusses the fundamentals of the duality of the concept of Entropy as a measure of uncertainty and as a control function, which may be used to control, evaluate and improve through adaptation and learning performance of engineering systems. It describes a multi-level, hierarchical and functional architecture that is used to model such systems, and it defines autonomy and machine intelligence for engineering systems, with the aim to set foundations necessary to tackle related challenges, including robust intelligence.

Seminar Speaker:

Dr. Kimon P. Valavanis

Dr. Kimon P. Valavanis

University of Denver

If you are interested in meeting individually with Dr. Valavanis, please contact Laura at 631-5480.