ANFIS, Fuzzy Hardware, Online Self-Learning

Frank Hoffmann (fhoffman@cs.berkeley.edu)
Tue, 5 Oct 1999 16:49:55 +0200 (MET DST)

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From: "Luis Enrique Cordova Sosa" <l.cordova@ieee.org>
To: <bisc-group@cs.berkeley.edu>, <red-dig@uniandes.edu.co>,
"Multiple recipients of list" <fuzzy-mail@dbai.tuwien.ac.at>
Subject: ANFIS, Fuzzy Hardware, Online Self-Learning

ANFIS, Fuzzy Hardware, Online Self-Learning

Dear people involved in ANFIS, Self-Learning and Fuzzy Hardware

I am an electronics engineer student here in National University of =
Engineering
from Lima, Peru. Regarding few papers of Professors Lotfi Zadeh, Frank =
Hoffman,
J-S. R. Jang, M. Patyra and others, i would like someone reference me =
some
more papers about self-learning ONLINE and preferably without predefined
plant model. Better if there are physical implementations (of course on
ASIC/FPGA).

Thank you very very much to everyone.

"Nowadays i have to deal with this problem, how to map on chip a high
performance, low cost, universal FC with self-learning capabilities".
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FuzzyChip

P.D.1: i didn't get clearly the TBP off-line learning procedure =
described
on Professor Jang's paper. Of course i understand it, but it will very =
appreciated
if someone point me to a detailed (with complete equations) example, =
preferably
if it is with the benchmark problem of the inverted pendulum.

P.D.2: I have to thank in a great manner the help of Prof.
Dok. Aldo Cipriano (Chile). I learn a lot reading his papers. Also
to the Prof. Ph.D. Teng (Singapore) for his work on double
link inverted pendulum.
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