fuzzy system

fuzzy system

[¦fəz·ē ′sis·təm]
(systems engineering)
A process that is too complex to be modeled by using conventional mathematical methods, and that gives rise to data that are, in general, soft, with no precise boundaries; examples are large-scale engineering complex systems, social systems, economic systems, management systems, medical diagnostic processes, and human perception.
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In addition, other methods are suggested for improving the fuzzy logic [11,7] and the general structure of the fuzzy system in these methods is nearly same.
Rong, A self-organizing neural-network-based fuzzy system, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 1999.
Several new scientific directions have been arisen, such as stochastic programming, decision analysis, stochastic control, robust control, fuzzy logic, fuzzy system, fuzzy control etc.
The fuzzy inference rules are assigned in the fuzzy system to provide data used in the modified sweep algorithm.
Therefore, all of the expert system components, either commands, procedures, input variables, output variables, values and fuzzy system and rule base were checked and corrected.
The program also solves the fuzzy system of equations by either optimization method or combinatorial method selectable by user.
The designed fuzzy system is efficient, stable and resistant to disturbances and can be applied in any configurations of pneumatic servo-drive without necessity to tune the regulator, apply signal filtration or additional operations in track control or restrict the signals generated.
They proved that fuzzy system produced the sequence that was more uniform, easier to design, harder to intercept and easier to spread over any number of frequencies without changing the algorithm and the fuzzy rules [34].
Table II: Premise parameters of fuzzy system for tool life.
Editor to determine the inferential fuzzy system FIS (FIS Editor),
The output prediction state of the fuzzy system was recorded and compared against the actual coliform state whereby a miss-match of both data would give rise to an error count.