Data-Driven Methods for the Off-Line Generation of Fuzzy Logic Based Agents for an Intelligent Building Environment
Ambient Intelligence is nowadays an active research field. As a key part of this concept, learning architectures for the control of the devices in an intelligent building must be developed, where the goal is to control the environment via a set of devices using an intelligent agent which should work in a non-intrusive manner to satisfy the preferences of the user. Mainly, we have focused our attention over fuzzy logic controllers (FLC) for the internal structure of the agent. The main motivation for the work described in this paper is to check different alternatives in order to select a suitable method for the off-line data driven automatic generation of FLC for the agent. We have performed the experiments with real data gathered from the Essex Intelligent Dormitory.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2007
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