ANFIS: Self-tuning Fuzzy PD Controller for Twin Rotor MIMO System

Mahmoud, Thair S. and Marhaban, Mohammad H. and Tang, Sai Hong (2010) ANFIS: Self-tuning Fuzzy PD Controller for Twin Rotor MIMO System. IEEJ Transactions on Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 5 (3). pp. 369-371. ISSN 1931-4981

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Abstract

This work presents a self-tuning fuzzy PD controller for solving the control challenges of twin rotor MIMO system. The controller is made adaptive through output scaling factor adjustment of the updating factor, . The value of is calculated directly from a fuzzy rule base defined as error and change of error of the controlled variable. A combination of adaptive neural fuzzy inference system and fuzzy subtractive clustering method was used, where the objective was to improve its time response, while reducing its computational complexity. Simulation results show performance improvement in comparison with that of the previous method. Copyright © 2010 Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan. Published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:twin rotor MIMO system, self-tuning fuzzy PD controller, ANFIS, fuzzy subtractive clustering method
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Engineering
DOI Number:10.1002/tee.20543
ID Code:10937
Deposited By: Anas Yahaya
Deposited On:18 Mar 2011 07:55
Last Modified:18 Mar 2011 08:01

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