Artificial intelligence in process engineering: current state and future trends

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Abstract

Ways in which computer-aided process engineering development and design can benefit from improved knowledge-representation schemes and advanced reasoning control strategies are reviewed. The use of artificial intelligence in modelling of physical phenomena and systems in which they occur, information handling and processing systems, and problem- solving strategies in design, operations and control is discussed. The theoretical scope of important contributions from artificial intelligence is outlined together with their past, present and future impact on the formulation and solution of process engineering problems. (from author's abstract)

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSYMP. ON COMPUTER APPLICATION IN THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY , ERLANGENG, F.R.G., APRIL 23-26, 1989 (DECHEMA MONOGRAPHS
PublisherFrankfurt am Main, F.R.G., DECHEMA
Volume116 ), Frankfurt am Main, F.R.G., DECHEMA, 1989, p.3-25. (ISBN 3-527-10210-8)
ISBN (Print)3527102108, 9783527102105
StatePublished - Jan 1 1989
Externally publishedYes

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Stephanopoulos, G. (1989). Artificial intelligence in process engineering: current state and future trends. In SYMP. ON COMPUTER APPLICATION IN THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY , ERLANGENG, F.R.G., APRIL 23-26, 1989 (DECHEMA MONOGRAPHS (Vol. 116 ), Frankfurt am Main, F.R.G., DECHEMA, 1989, p.3-25. (ISBN 3-527-10210-8)). Frankfurt am Main, F.R.G., DECHEMA.