The Artificial Immune System Approach for Smart Air-Conditioning Control

Publisher:
Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), Committe of Electronics and Telecommunications
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Kwartalnik Elektroniki i Telekomunikacji - Electronics and Telecommunications Quarterly, 2012, 1, 58 (2), pp. 193 - 199
Issue Date:
2012-01
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Biologically inspired computing that looks to nature and biology for inspiration is a revolutionary change to our thinking about solving complex computational problems. It looks into nature and biology for inspiration rather than conventional approaches. The Human Immune System with its complex structure and the capability of performing pattern recognition, self-learning, immune-memory, generation of diversity, noise tolerance, variability, distributed detection and optimisation - is one area that has been of strong interest and inspiration for the last decade. An air conditioning system is one example where immune principles can be applied. This paper describes new computational technique called Artificial Immune System that is based on immune principles and refined for solving engineering problems. The presented system solution applies AIS algorithms to monitor environmental variables in order to determine how best to reach the desired temperature, learn usage patterns and predict usage needs. The aim of this paper is to explore the AIS-based artificial intelligence approach and its impact on energy efficiency. It will examine, if AIS algorithms can be integrated within a Smart Air Conditioning System as well as analyse the impact of such a solution.
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