1995 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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For the development of the field of fuzzy control systems, techniques for modeling fuzzy systems need to be developed, which makes analysis of the system and the design of control laws systematic. In this paper, a new model of fuzzy systems is proposed which is a variation of “Tagaki and Sugeno's fuzzy model”. Analysis of this model in terms of stability, controllability, observability etc. Is much simpler. It also makes model-based control design easier, while retaining the derivations of connections of fuzzy blocks for piecewise continuous polynomial membership functions. Although the model is easier to analyze, it can represent highly nonlinear dynamics.
Control theory; Fuzzy systems; System design
Modeling, Analysis and Control of Fuzzy Systems.
1995 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 3
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.