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Implementation of the proposed in the article methodology would allow:


1. Create fail-proof systems. For example, airplane crashes, similar to the crash of the Egyptian airliner, or Chernobyl accident can be prevented. 

2. Develop in advance a set of flexible solutions for a robot. Robot will execute these solutions depending on required task and environmental conditions. In addition, a robot can adjust its reactions upon changing environmental conditions or output requirements.  This is a very important ability in cases when a robot is designed to work independently without a human intervention.

3. Develop in advance a set of recovery procedures for natural disasters.

4. To apply a proposed methodology for the development of flexible plans, because precise plans developed in advance become useless in real situations. 

5. Transfer object, for example engine, from one state to another via a sub-optimal trajectory.

6. Enhance recognition procedures. 

7. Time for the development of systems with bounded-input bonded-control bounded-stability-output can be drastically shortened.

8. Combination of proposed methodology with voice recognition, voice synthesis and Google-like search through citations from already published literature, will allow creation of a human-to-author dialog software. With this software person can initiate a verbal conversation via "starting keyword phrase" and, in response, listen to verbalized citations from any published literature of any author. This dialog can progress from citations of one author to the other one depending on person verbal response to the previous citations.


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