Dynamic Simulations to Become Expert in Order to Set Fuzzy Rules in Real Systems


The design of fuzzy controllers does not require the mathematical model of the plant, however a level of expertise and knowledge about the plant is fundamental, so the membership functions can be chosen and the rules to have control on the system can be proposed to obtain a desired behavior, where the mentioned knowledge can be gotten from mathematical analysis. Broadly, fuzzy controllers are used to control non-linear systems whose dynamics models are complex. This paper shows an alternative to learn about systems without having to make mathematical models and makes tests on a real rotary inverted pendulum.

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  • 1 Introduction
  • 2. Mathematical Model of the Plant
  • 3 Dynamical Simulation in Digital Prototyping
  • 4. Measurements on the Real Plant
  • 5. Summaries
  • References

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