Jet Engine Turbine and Compressor Characteristics Approximation by Means of Artificial Neural Networks
This paper is concerned with the approximation problem of the SO-3 jet engine turbine and compressor characteristics. Topology selection of multilayer feedforward artificial neural networks is investigated. Neural models are compared with Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy models in terms of approximation accuracy and complexity.
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