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PLANTS Informe resumido

Project ID: IST-2001-38900
Financiado con arreglo a: FP5-IST
País: Greece

Decision-making process

One of the most important features of the PLANTS system is its decision-making process that is composed of the following three levels:
- Diagnosis of the plant state,
- Local decision-making, which determines the possible actions of an eEntity,
- Global decision-making, which is used when a global state must be preserved/detected.

All these levels of the decision-making process are based on a set of rules that determine the way that a decision is taken and must be applied on existing knowledge represented by the PLANTS ontology.

In addition, CTI has explored the application of machine learning in PLANTS system for inducing new plants domain models (typically in the form of rules or decision trees) in order to extend PLANTS Ontology with new knowledge. New knowledge is produced by monitoring and analyzing a combination of sensor data with two or more sensors.

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