Foundations of Generic Optimization, Volume 2: Applications by Verschoren A. (Ed), Lowen R. (Ed)

By Verschoren A. (Ed), Lowen R. (Ed)

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Peeters possibilities. A defuzzifier that satisfies all criteria does not exist. , αn } with a given input value x ∈ X. 1 Random Choice of Maxima The random choice of maxima defuzzification DRCM is a stochastic variable that maps µ ∈ F(X) to a random element x ∈ core(µ ) with a probability P(x) = λ ({x}) , λ ({core(µ )}) λ being the Lebesgue measure on X (see [78]). The following defuzzifications will be called core defuzzifications, because the defuzzified values are always a member of the core set.

3 Example Suppose that we want to control a variable that has as desired value xt ∈ R, and suppose that we are able to measure the outcome xt at certain discrete time steps t ∈ N. Then the error is given by et := xt − xt , and usually also the change of error ∆et := et −et−1 is also taken into account ([16]). Given that neither et nor ∆et exceed a certain interval, which through scaling can always considered to be [−1, 1], a very commonly used set of rules that is applied, is given by Figure 17, where NB means “negative big”, NM means “negative medium”, NS means “negative small”, ZE means “almost zero”, PS means “positive small”, PM means “positive medium” 1 Fig.

2 Definition (FOM-, LOM-, MOM- and MOS-defuzzification) For an ordered universe (X, ≤), 1. The first of maxima defuzzification DFOM (Figure 26) is a function that maps µ ∈ F(X) to DFOM (µ ) = inf y ∈ X : µ (y) = sup µ (z) z∈X 2. The last of maxima defuzzification DLOM (Figure 26) is a function that maps µ ∈ F(X) to DLOM (µ ) = sup y ∈ X : µ (y) = sup µ (z) z∈X 3. The middle of maxima defuzzification DMOM (Figure 26) is a function that maps µ ∈ F(X) to DLOM (µ ) + DFOM (µ ) DMOM (µ ) = 2 4. The middle of support defuzzification DMOS is a function that maps µ ∈ F(X) to DMOS (µ ) = inf{y ∈ X : µ (y) > 0} + sup{y ∈ X : µ (y) > 0} 2 The problem with core defuzzification criteria is that they tend to select an occasional peak value over a centroid mass that is located elsewhere, but has a substantially more important weight.

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