Soft Modeling in Industrial Manufacturing

Przemysław Grzegorzewski , Andrzej Kochański , Janusz Kacprzyk


This book discusses the problems of complexity in industrial data, including the problems of data sources, causes and types of data uncertainty, and methods of data preparation for further reasoning in engineering practice. Each data source has its own specificity, and a characteristic property of industrial data is its high degree of uncertainty. The book also explores a wide spectrum of soft modeling methods with illustrations pertaining to specific cases from diverse industrial processes. In soft modeling the physical nature of phenomena may not be known and may not be taken into consideration. Soft models usually employ simplified mathematical equations derived directly from the data obtained as observations or measurements of the given system. Although soft models may not explain the nature of the phenomenon or system under study, they usually point to its significant features or properties.
Book typeMonograph
Editor Przemysław Grzegorzewski (FMIS / DIE)
Przemysław Grzegorzewski,,
- Department of Integral Equations
, Andrzej Kochański (FPE / IoMP)
Andrzej Kochański,,
- The Institute of Manufacturing Processes
, Janusz Kacprzyk
Janusz Kacprzyk,,
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
Issue year2019
Book series /Journal (in case of Journal special issue)Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, ISSN 2198-4182
Publication size in sheets9.75
Keywords in Polishmodelowanie miękkie, przemysłowe techniki wytwarzania
Keywords in Englishsoft modeling, industrial manufacturing
Abstract in Polishzbiór artykułów poświęconych matematycznym metodom modelowania miękkiego stosowanym w różnych przemysłowych technikach wytwarzania
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)20
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ScoreMinisterial score = 20.0, 05-03-2020, MonograhOrBookNotMainLanguagesEditor
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