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Title: FUZZY CONTROL USING GENETIC ALGORITHM
Authors: Naman, Sriveen
Keywords: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
FUZZY CONTROL
GENETIC ALGORITHM
FUZZY LOGIC
Issue Date: 2006
Abstract: Many non-linear, inherently unstable systems exist whose control using conventional methods is both difficult to design and unsatisfactory in implementation. Fuzzy Logic Controllers are a class of non-linear controllers that make use of human expert knowledge and an implicit imprecision to apply control to such systems. The performance of Fuzzy Logic controller depends on its control rules and membership functions. Hence it is very important to adjust these parameters. The incorporation of genetic algorithm into a fuzzy design process adds an `intelligent' dimension to the fuzzy controller enabling it to create and modify its rules. Genetic algorithms give the possibility of adjusting membership functions down to the level of individual rules. In this work, the idea of model generation and optimization is explored. Fuzzy process models will be generated and parameters of fuzzy logic controller such as centre of membership function and weight of the rules are optimized using the power of genetic algorithms. The Inverted pendulum system is used as a test system for this approach and studied performances obtained from Fuzzy controller with the help of SIMULINK, Fuzzy logic Toolbox of the MATLAB 7.01 software and Genetic algorithms
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/13122
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
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