|TOŠENOVSKÝ Josef||VŠB - Technická univerzita|
|Spoluautoři TOŠENOVSKÝ Filip, KUDĚLKA Ondřej|
In the field of technological process management, it remains of interest to discover methods which enable optimization of process controllable inputs. Optimized inputs are the ones through which a process yields its best results at the lowest cost. In recent years a so-called noise has also been taken into account in process regulation. The noise represents factors that cannot be set up during the process regulation, but may exert a great influence upon the process outputs. Such factors include particularly change of environment and human factor (technological indiscipline, for instance). Although there are already many methods available for these purposes, their use remains very limited. For practical reasons, it may therefore be useful to make an overview of such methods, and compare them, potentially recommending which method to use. And such is the aim of this paper. The authors of the article also include a detailed description of the general theory in the form of practical algorithms, to facilitate the use of the discussed methods.