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In this paper, we propose a loop-shaping approach to in telligent control with dynamically constructed neurocon troller. In the proposed control scheme, the process uncer tainly is reduced in the controller rather than in the process, without explicit identification of the process under control. The inherent noise/distrurbances in the process are utilized to satisfy persistency of excitation condition. The use of a reference model in form of a filter allow the frequency response of the closed-loop to be adapted in line with the changes in frequency response of the filter. The approach is evaluated on the example of control of polymerization reactor with promising results.