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Case of a System Comprised of Two Subsystems

Case of a System Comprised of Two Subsystems

If the option -s INT, which specifies the number of tracked environment states, is present in the command line, then a system that interacts with an automaton will be comprised of two subsystems, the first of which identifies current environment states and the second generates optimal actions based on those states. For the interaction with an automaton to be efficient, the number of interaction steps at each test pass should be much greater than in the case of a homogeneous system. When the system is comprised of two subsystems, the program supports the following special list of options.

--kt-env=FLOAT

The temperature (multiplied by some constant) of the environment state identification subsystem. Default value is 1. In the description of test modes is denoted by ‘K*temp. env.’.

--kt-opt=FLOAT

The temperature (multiplied by some constant) of the optimal action generation subsystem. Default value is 1. In the description of test modes is denoted by ‘K*temp. opt.’.

-s, --nstate=INT

The number of tracked environment states. The best efficiency may be obtained when that number is twice or more times greater than the number of states in a deterministic finite automaton the system interacts with. In the description of test modes is denoted by ‘Tracked states’.