Fuzzy Control

groszrx@my-dejanews.com
Wed, 3 Mar 1999 04:28:07 +0100 (MET)

I recently became interested in Fuzzy Control and read a chapter in "Fuzzy and
Neural Approaches in Engineering" by Tsoulakas and Uhrig. In this chapter,
common methods of fuzzy control (ie- where the deviation from the setpoint or
the change in the deviation are inputs) actually behave similarly to PID
control. Are there books, references, or articles that clearly explain or
give examples of the benefits of fuzzy logic control over conventional methods
and explain when one would want to use fuzzy control?

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