Improvement of Fuzzy Control Methods
This chapter introduces improvement methods for fuzzy controls. At first, we introduce new aggregation operators for obtaining a fuzzy set of control actions. A number of new fuzzy reasoning methods such as product-sum-gravity method, min-sum-gravity method, (min/product)-max-gravity method and others are also introduced. Finally, we show several defuzzification procedures for obtaining a representative point of a fuzzy set of control actions.
KeywordsFuzzy Rule Fuzzy Control Fuzzy Logic Controller Control Result Aggregation Operator
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