Integrated Reconfigurable Intelligent Systems (IRIS) for Complex Naval Systems
Technical rept. 22 Feb-30 Jun 2009
GEORGIA INST OF TECH ATLANTA SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
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The report details the research work has been done by the Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory ASDL in developing and applying the Integrated Reconfigurable Intelligent Systems IRIS concept for the period of February 22 to June 30, 2009. The main objective of the work for this period is to further develop and refine the integrated modeling and simulation environment in order to investigate the behavior of complex naval systems for improving the ship design and operations. Five individual tasks were conducted to fulfill this objective. Models revised based on the notional YP were integrated and tested a control architecture with inference engine was proposed and evaluated based on defined scenarios comparison of plain NN models and NN models with the block-structure was performed for evaluating accuracy of the surrogate models a suitable framework and a database engine has been selected to facilitate the information management for developing the HMI of the simulation environment a robust and a resilient approaches were proposed to conduct design space exploration in order to obtain an ultimate design with increased survivability and mission effectiveness. The rest of the report will explain the accomplishments for each task in details.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Marine Engineering