The paper suggests that fuzzy logic controllers present a computationally efficient and robust alternative to conventional controllers. The paper presents two possible structures for the distributed fuzzy logic controller of a single-link flexible manipulator. A linear quadratic regulator method is used to prove the effectiveness of fuzzy logic controllers.
Automatic control; Control theory; Control theory -- Research; Feedback control systems -- Dynamics -- Mathematical models; Fuzzy logic; Intelligent control systems
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Shi, L. Z.,
Comparison of Two Distributed Fuzzy Logic Controllers for Flexible-Link Manipulators.
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