Mamdani approach to fuzzy control, logical approach, what else?

Samuel Bravo, Jaime Nava
2011 2011 Annual Meeting of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society  
In fuzzy control, two approaches are mainly used: Mamdani's approach, in which we represent the knowledge base as a disjunction of statements Ai(x) & Bi(u) corresponding to individual rules, and logical approach, in which the knowledge base is represented as a conjunction of the rules themselves Ai(x) → Bi(u). Both approaches are known not to be perfect, so a natural question arises: what other approaches are possible? In this paper, we describe all possible approaches; alternative approaches
more » ... e an "exclusive or" operation and correspond, e.g., to the fuzzy transform idea.
doi:10.1109/nafips.2011.5752024 fatcat:ubowjqsrunaurmm3fvk5am6cpy