Pub. online:1 Jan 1999Type:Research ArticleOpen Access
Volume 10, Issue 3 (1999), pp. 289–296
A new method for a creation of the information system for sequential identification of states of technological processes or other dynamic systems for their supervision and control is considered. The states of dynamic system can be unknown and can change themselves abruptly or slowly. The method is based on a sequential nonlinear mapping of many-dimensional vectors of parameters (collection of which describes the present state of dynamic systems) into two-dimensional vectors in order to reflect the states and their changes on the PC screen and to observe the situation by means of computer. The mapping error function is chosen and expressions for sequential nonlinear mapping are obtained. The mapping preserves the inner structure of distances among the vectors. Examples are given.