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An adaptive system for optimizing the management of greenhouses

, : An adaptive system for optimizing the management of greenhouses. 7th International Conference on Computers in Agriculture, Orlando, Florida, USA, 26-30 October, 1998: 769-779

A digital control system (MACQU) with generalized functions for process control, configurable to meet greenhouse control requirements, was developed. MACQU provides a vehicle through which all research achievements can be easily implemented in the field. To effectively integrate expert system applications in a greenhouse management system (GMS), an environment was built that supports all the interfaces between AI (artificial intelligence) applications and the GMS.


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