decision-making, intelligent control, predictive control, satisficing
Model-predictive control, which is an alternative to conventional optimal control, provides controller solutions to many constrained and nonlinear control problems. However, even when a good model is available, it may be necessary for an expert to specify the relationship between local model predictions and global system performance. We present a satisficing fuzzy logic controller that is based on a receding control horizon, but which employs a fuzzy description of system consequences via model predictions. This controller considers the gains and losses associated with each control action, is compatible with robust design objectives, and permits flexible defuzzifier design. We demonstrate the controller’s application to representative problems from the control of uncertain nonlinear systems.
Original Publication Citation
M. A. Goodrich, W. C. Stirling, and R. L. Frost. Model Predictive Satisficing Fuzzy Logic Control. IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems v.7, no.3:319-322, June 1999.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Frost, Richard L.; Goodrich, Michael A.; and Stirling, Wynn C., "Model Predictive Satisficing Fuzzy Logic Control" (1999). All Faculty Publications. 614.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
© 1999 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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