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Weak Control for Human-in-the-loop Systems

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In this talk, we address control problems for human-in-the-loop (HIL) systems, in which human decision makers are involved in the feedback loop composed of a plant and an automatic controller. The key to ergonomic HIL system design is “weak” control of decision makers: the set of admissible control actions, modeled by a set-valued control input, is presented to the decision makers and they choose their actions in accordance with their private preferences to actuate the plant system. Internal model control-based design of the weak controllers and its applications including recommend control for agri-enviroment and nudging control of human drivers are also presented.

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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