The invention concerns a new method of controlling the movements of a multi-actuator electromechanical system which has a matrix of locally interconnected analog cells associated therewith. Each cell represents a hardware implementation of a model of fuzzy inference rules. The model is constructed as a fuzzy circuit architecture which is implemented, preferably, in the form of an integrated circuit with VLSI CMOS technology which generates and controls the reaction diffusion mechanism typical of auto-waves by means of a fuzzy neural network. This fuzzy neural network defines the functional relationships which can duplicate simultaneous reaction diffusion equations, and the duplication of such simultaneous equations is provided by two sets of fuzzy rules processing, in a linguistic manner, the state variables of the cell plurality and imposing on each cell a dynamics of the oscillatory type wherein two dynamic processes having different kynetic characteristics coexist.

Electronic circuit for controlling a movement by a fuzzy cellular architecture

ARENA, Paolo Pietro;
2001

Abstract

The invention concerns a new method of controlling the movements of a multi-actuator electromechanical system which has a matrix of locally interconnected analog cells associated therewith. Each cell represents a hardware implementation of a model of fuzzy inference rules. The model is constructed as a fuzzy circuit architecture which is implemented, preferably, in the form of an integrated circuit with VLSI CMOS technology which generates and controls the reaction diffusion mechanism typical of auto-waves by means of a fuzzy neural network. This fuzzy neural network defines the functional relationships which can duplicate simultaneous reaction diffusion equations, and the duplication of such simultaneous equations is provided by two sets of fuzzy rules processing, in a linguistic manner, the state variables of the cell plurality and imposing on each cell a dynamics of the oscillatory type wherein two dynamic processes having different kynetic characteristics coexist.
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