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By T.B. Sheridan

The sequence of IFAC Symposia on research, layout and review of Man-Machine platforms presents the proper discussion board for prime researchers and practitioners who paintings within the box to debate and review the most recent study and advancements. This booklet comprises the papers awarded on the sixth IFAC Symposium within the sequence which used to be held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, united states

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If these information exist, the alarm label is written in order to be usable and c o m p r e h e n s i v e for the H O . In the other c a s e , o n e i n d i c a t e s t h e directly i n f l u e n c e d alarm ( g e n e r a l l y p r o c e s s alarms) permitting to infer the breakdown alarm. • Process alarms : o n e indicates the possibility or not to h a v e t h e p r o c e s s i n f o r m a t i o n . If the information are available the numerical formula will trigger the alarm must be defined.

In these problems, the relevant consequences of an action may not be available immediately after t h a t action is taken. Recent research models these problems as stochastic optimal control problems in which the controller (the learning agent) has to find (or, more realistically, has to approximate) an optimal feedback control rule (a policy for acting), usually starting with incomplete information about the dynamics of the controlled system (the agent's environment). Although these problems have been studied intensively for m a n y years, 407 1992).

T h e a r e a of t h e spinal cord from which such convergent fields were observed was quite broad. Force fields converging to different equilibrium points have been observed by placing the stimulating electrode in different sites We begin by discussing some recent experiments which were directed at identifying the organization of motor o u t p u t in t h e frog's spinal cord. (Bizzi et al, 1991; Giszter et al, 1993). In these experiments, Bizzi, Giszter and M u s s a Ivaldi stimulated with a microelectrode t h e gray m a t t e r of t h e lumbar cord and measured isometric forces at the ankle with t h e frog's leg held in a variety of postures.

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