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Applied Intelligence

, Volume 40, Issue 4, pp 639–648 | Cite as

Balancing control energy and tracking error for fuzzy rule emulated adaptive controller

  • Chidentree Treesatayapun
Article

Abstract

In this article, an adaptive controller, which can minimize both tracking error and control energy, is introduced by fuzzy rule emulated network (FREN) for a class of non-affine discrete time systems. The controlled plant can be assumed as fully unknown system dynamic. Only the estimated boundary of pseudo partial derivative (PPD) is required for an on-line learning phase. The update law is derived to guarantee the convergence of tuned parameters. Lyapunov techniques are utilized to demonstrate the performance of a closed-loop system regarding the integration of the infinite cost function. The computer simulation and electronic circuit system validate the effectiveness of the proposed control scheme.

Keywords

Fuzzy logic Adaptive control Optimization Nonlinear discrete-time systems 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Robotic and Advanced ManufactoryCINVESTAV-SaltilloRamos ArizpeMexico

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