Re: Fuzzy as a PID controller

Breemen (a.j.n.vanbreemen@el.utwente.nl)
Mon, 27 Oct 1997 05:02:17 +0100 (MET)

Why don't you use an adaptive fuzzy controller in parallel with a PID
controller? The fuzzy controller is then used to make a 'correction' to the
PID control signal.

Pau J Carbonell Cortes wrote in message <344F8124.7588@aii.upv.es>...
>Hello everybody.
>
>I'm trying to work with adaptive fuzzy controllers. So, I wish to start
>with a fuzzy
>controller that behaves equally to a PID controller previously designed,
>and then,
>I wish to adapt it, in order to improve its performance.
>
>Does anybody know any comprehensive reference about reproducing
>"exactly"
>the behavior of a PID controller previously designed, by a fuzzy
>controller?
>
>I have seen a lot of papers talking about that, but always they define
>the fuzzy
>controller independently of a previous PID controller.
>
>Any reply will be welcomed. Thanks,
>
>Pablo Carbonell
>pjcarbon@aii.upv.es