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Cell-state-space-based fuzzy logic controller automatic design and optimization for high-order systems

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1999
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Recent advances in computer engineering make the computational approaches to controller design for high order systems practical. In this dissertation, a series of computational methods based on cell state space for the design and optimization of Takagi-Sugeno (TS) type Fuzzy Logic Controllers (FLCs) are presented. The approaches proposed in this research can be classified into two categories: feed forward design and feedback design. An Optimal Control Table (OCT) based on cell state space is used in all the feed forward design approaches. An FLC can be trained by Least Mean Square (LMS) algorithm with an OCT serving as the training set. For high order systems, due to physical memory limit, the cell resolution is generally low. A specially modified k-d tree representation of cell space is proposed to save the memory while keeping the cell resolution as high as possible. The control command for a point that is not a cell center is approximated by interpolating an OCT. All these commands can be used as training data to train an FLC. An iterative feedback design approach named Incremental Best Estimate Directed Search (IBEDS) is proposed to further optimize a training set. It is a kind of globally directed random search method. The general philosophy is that since the best possible performance of an FLC largely depends on the quality of the training set, if the training set is optimized, an FLC trained by the set would also be optimized. Based on IBEDS, two other feedback FLC design algorithms are also proposed. In one algorithm, subtractive clustering method is used to extract the structure of an FLC from an OCT. The coefficients of the FLC obtained are then optimized with IBEDS. The other algorithm applies IBEDS to three system models and finds the training set that has the worst performance for all the models. This training set is further optimized to improve robustness of a trained FLC.
Title: Cell-state-space-based fuzzy logic controller automatic design and optimization for high-order systems.
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Name(s): Song, Feijun.
Florida Atlantic University, Degree grantor
Smith, Samuel M., Thesis advisor
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Department of Ocean and Mechanical Engineering
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Electronic Thesis Or Dissertation
Issuance: monographic
Date Issued: 1999
Publisher: Florida Atlantic University
Place of Publication: Boca Raton, Fla.
Physical Form: application/pdf
Extent: 189 p.
Language(s): English
Summary: Recent advances in computer engineering make the computational approaches to controller design for high order systems practical. In this dissertation, a series of computational methods based on cell state space for the design and optimization of Takagi-Sugeno (TS) type Fuzzy Logic Controllers (FLCs) are presented. The approaches proposed in this research can be classified into two categories: feed forward design and feedback design. An Optimal Control Table (OCT) based on cell state space is used in all the feed forward design approaches. An FLC can be trained by Least Mean Square (LMS) algorithm with an OCT serving as the training set. For high order systems, due to physical memory limit, the cell resolution is generally low. A specially modified k-d tree representation of cell space is proposed to save the memory while keeping the cell resolution as high as possible. The control command for a point that is not a cell center is approximated by interpolating an OCT. All these commands can be used as training data to train an FLC. An iterative feedback design approach named Incremental Best Estimate Directed Search (IBEDS) is proposed to further optimize a training set. It is a kind of globally directed random search method. The general philosophy is that since the best possible performance of an FLC largely depends on the quality of the training set, if the training set is optimized, an FLC trained by the set would also be optimized. Based on IBEDS, two other feedback FLC design algorithms are also proposed. In one algorithm, subtractive clustering method is used to extract the structure of an FLC from an OCT. The coefficients of the FLC obtained are then optimized with IBEDS. The other algorithm applies IBEDS to three system models and finds the training set that has the worst performance for all the models. This training set is further optimized to improve robustness of a trained FLC.
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Collection: FAU Electronic Theses and Dissertations Collection
Note(s): College of Engineering and Computer Science
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Florida Atlantic University, 1999.
Subject(s): Fuzzy logic
Automatic control
Fuzzy systems
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