Quantum Algorithm of Imperfect KB Self-organization. Pt II: Robotic Control with Remote Knowledge Base Exchange

A.G. Reshetnikov (Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Laboratory of cloud technologies and Big Data analytics, Russia)
S.V. Ulyanov (State University Dubna, Russia)

Article ID: 3849


The technology of knowledge base remote design of the smart fuzzy controllers with the application of the "Soft / quantum computing optimizer" toolkit software developed. The possibility of the transmission and communication the knowledge base using remote connection to the control object considered. Transmission and communication of the fuzzy controller’s knowledge bases implemented through the remote connection with the control object in the online mode apply the Bluetooth or WiFi technologies. Remote transmission of knowledge bases allows designing many different built-in intelligent controllers to implement a variety of control strategies under conditions of uncertainty and risk. As examples, two different models of robots described (mobile manipulator and (“cart-pole” system) inverted pendulum). A comparison of the control quality between fuzzy controllers and quantum fuzzy controller in various control modes is presented. The ability to connect and work with a physical model of control object without using than mathematical model demonstrated. The implemented technology of knowledge base design sharing in a swarm of intelligent robots with quantum controllers. It allows to achieve the goal of control and to gain additional knowledge by creating a new quantum hidden information source based on the synergetic effect of combining knowledge. Development and implementation of intelligent robust controller’s prototype for the intelligent quantum control system of mega-science project NICA (at the first stage for the cooling system of superconducted magnets) is discussed. The results of the experiments demonstrate the possibility of the ensured achievement of the control goal of a group of robots using soft / quantum computing technologies in the design of knowledge bases of smart fuzzy controllers in quantum intelligent control systems. The developed software toolkit allows to design and setup complex ill-defined and weakly formalized technical systems on line.


Quantum software engineering; Quantum algorithm; Group of intelligent robots; Multi-agent system; Intelligent control; Fuzzy controller; Remote transmission of knowledge; Knowledge synergetic

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