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Re-Exploring Intelligent Systems: Reasoning, Learning, and Control Through the Lens of RLC Circuits
  • Tufan Kumbasar
Tufan Kumbasar
Control and Automation Eng. Dept, Istanbul Technical University Istanbul

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Abstract

This paper explores the realm of intelligent systems through an analogy inspired by RLC circuits, delving into the interconnected dynamics of reasoning, learning, and control. Leveraging the simplicity and clarity of the analogy, we navigate the conceptual landscape by drawing parallels between electrical components and the cognitive functions of modern AI. The presented analogical framework is the conclusion of the personal experiences of the author in developing intelligent systems, sparked by conversations with fellow researchers and students and presentations of research outcomes. It is worth recognizing the limitations of this analogy, as its reductionist nature may simplify the complexities inherent in intelligent systems. Yet, this exploration provides a fresh perspective on the foundational components of intelligent systems through the lens of the well-established RLC circuit theory.
26 Dec 2023Submitted to TechRxiv
02 Jan 2024Published in TechRxiv