A mathematical tool for the fuzzy identification of a system is presented. This hybrid mathematical method combines the fuzzy description of input space and the description of inputoutput relations using the Bzier interpolation technique. This is a computationally simple method for designing a curvesurface. Its efficiency is expressed in its powerful application in controlling the shape of a described curve surface, both simplifying the determination of the parameters of inputoutput relations, qualititively by precision and quantitatively by decreasing the number of control points values required. Shows an application of the method to computeraided identification of the steadystate operating points of a thermal engine.
Kybernetes – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1992
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