Basic Methods of Fuzzy Inference and Control
For some plants whose mathematical models are diffucult to obtain, we can design a fuzzy controller based on the accumulated operating experience. Satisfactory control results can be obtained using this approach. This chapter discusses the basic methods of fuzzy inference and fuzzy control.
KeywordsMembership Function Fuzzy Rule Fuzzy Control Fuzzy Controller Fuzzy Logic Controller
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