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AASVMES: An intelligent expert system for realization of Adaptive Autonomy using Support Vector Machine

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4 Author(s)
Hassanpour, N. ; Control & Intell. Process. Center of Excellence (CIPCE), Univ. of Tehran, Tehran, Iran ; Zamani, M.A. ; Fereidunian, A. ; Lesani, H.

We earlier introduced a novel framework for realization of Adaptive Autonomy (AA) in human-automation interaction (HAI). This study presents an expert system for realization of AA, using Support Vector Machine (SVM), referred to as Adaptive Autonomy Support Vector Machine Expert System (AASVMES). The proposed system prescribes proper Levels of Automation (LOAs) for various environmental conditions, here modeled as Performance Shaping Factors (PSFs), based on the extracted rules from the experts' judgments. SVM is used as an expert system inference engine. The practical list of PSFs and the judgments of GTEDC's (the Greater Tehran Electric Distribution Company) experts are used as expert system database. The results of implemented AASVMES in response to GTEDC's network are evaluated against the GTEDC experts' judgment. Evaluations show that AASVMES has the ability to predict the proper LOA for GTEDC's Utility Management Automation (UMA) system, which changes in relevance to the changes in PSFs; thus providing an adaptive LOA scheme for UMA.

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Control, Instrumentation and Automation (ICCIA), 2011 2nd International Conference on

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27-29 Dec. 2011

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