Gennady P. Vinogradov, Alexey A. Prokhorov, Georgy A. Shepelev

Closed Joint-Stock Company Research Institute «Centerprogrammsystem»

A robotic complex should be considered as a cyber-physical object, which is an information-related set of physical components, on-Board measurement systems, on-Board Executive systems, on-Board computer system, where control algorithms are implemented, and a control point with an information-control field. Such an object must have the property of self-sufficient behavior that guarantees the fulfillment of a certain mission. The requirement to intellectualize behavior makes us reconsider the logical and mathematical abstractions that are the basis for building their onboard control systems. The problem of developing such systems based on pattern theory is relevant. It is shown that this ensures the transfer of effective experience and ensures the compatibility of the theological approach and the approach based on cause-and-effect relationships. Problems of identification and construction of pattern models are considered. It is proposed to use four information processing positions for this purpose, and a method of logical inference on patterns is developed.

decision making, purposeful systems, fuzzy judgment, choice situation, RTC