I'm attempting to solve a control problem with fuzzy instead of a PID
based scheme. I understand most of what I've read but I'm having some
problems writing the code.
The target will be an HC12 microcontroller.
For example if my membership function looks like:
1|\
| \
| \
| \
| \
| \
| \
0--------5
I can't figure out the math to determine memership for an x value less
than 5. I know that I can't use floats since the HC12 does not handle
float values.
>From the book I've been reading there is example source code for the
function:
if (speed >=0 && speed <=0)
result=100;
else if (speed >=0 && speed <=5)
result=100 - (((speed - (0))*200)/10);
In the book it seems like the '100-' part is used for membership functions
with a negative slope. and the 'speed-(0)' is the speed minus the lower
bound of the function.
I just can't figure out where the '200' came from.
Any help, or pointers to help would be greatly appreciated...
thanks,
-avery
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