ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Cover Vol.3 No.2, October 2006
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Fuzzy sets form A meta-system-theoretic point of view
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L-fuzzu sets
Enriched category
I/O system theory
Morphological filtering
Translation invariant system
Amir
Daneshgar
daneshgar@sharif.ir
true
1
AUTHOR
Amir
Hashemi
true
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AUTHOR
ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
FUZZY OBSERVER DESIGN WITH n-SHIFT MULTIPLE KEY FOR CRYPTOGRAPHY BASED ON 3D HYPERCHAOTIC OSCILLATOR
A fuzzy observer based scheme for synchronizing two hyperchaoticoscillators via a scalar transmitted signal for cryptographic application isproposed. The Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy model exactly represents chaotic systems.Based on the general fuzzy model, the fuzzy observer of a chaotic system isdesigned on the basis of the n-shift multiple state based key encryption algorithm.The scalar transmitted signal is designed in such a way that the hyperchaoticcarrier masks the encrypted signal, which in turn hides the message signal.Simulation results show that the proposed scheme gives a better performanceeven when a small additive stochastic noise is present in the channel.
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V.
NATARAJAN
natraj@mitindia.edu
true
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DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING, MIT CAMPUS, ANNA UNIVERSITY,
CHROMEPET, CHENNAL-600044, INDIA
DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING, MIT CAMPUS, ANNA UNIVERSITY,
CHROMEPET, CHENNAL-600044, INDIA
DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING, MIT CAMPUS, ANNA UNIVERSITY,
CHROMEPET, CHENNAL-600044, INDIA
LEAD_AUTHOR
P.
KANAGASABAPATHY
pks@mail.mitindia.edu
true
2
DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING, MIT CAMPUS, ANNA
UNIVERSITY, CHROMEPET, CHENNAL-600044, INDIA
DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING, MIT CAMPUS, ANNA
UNIVERSITY, CHROMEPET, CHENNAL-600044, INDIA
DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING, MIT CAMPUS, ANNA
UNIVERSITY, CHROMEPET, CHENNAL-600044, INDIA
AUTHOR
N.
SELVAGANESAN
n_selvag@rediffmail.com
true
3
DEPARTMENT OF EEE, PONDICHERRY ENGINEERING COLLEGE, PONDICHERRY-
605014, INDIA
DEPARTMENT OF EEE, PONDICHERRY ENGINEERING COLLEGE, PONDICHERRY-
605014, INDIA
DEPARTMENT OF EEE, PONDICHERRY ENGINEERING COLLEGE, PONDICHERRY-
605014, INDIA
AUTHOR
P.
NATARAJAN
true
4
DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING, MIT CAMPUS, ANNA UNIVERSITY,
CHROMEPET, CHENNAL-600044, INDIA
DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING, MIT CAMPUS, ANNA UNIVERSITY,
CHROMEPET, CHENNAL-600044, INDIA
DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING, MIT CAMPUS, ANNA UNIVERSITY,
CHROMEPET, CHENNAL-600044, INDIA
AUTHOR
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Communications, Elsevier , 27 (2004), 1679-1681.
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synchronization secure communication using filtering and generalized synchronization,
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Chaos, Solitons & Fractuals, Elsevier, 24 (2005), 775-783.
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[3] G. Álvarez, F. Montoya, M. Romera and G. Pastor, Breaking two secure communication
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systems based on chaotic masking, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems-II,
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51 (2004), 505-506.
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oscillators, Electronics Letters, 34 (1998), 1844 -1846.
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with robust performance via fuzzy observer-based design, IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy
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Systems, 9 (2001), 212-220.
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using synchronization, Int. Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, 13 (2003), 215-225.
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Bifurcation and Chaos, 6 (1996), 367-375.
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hyperchaotic oscillators, Electronics Letters, 32 (1996), 1536-1538.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
DIRECT ADAPTIVE FUZZY PI SLIDING MODE CONTROL OF SYSTEMS
WITH UNKNOWN BUT BOUNDED DISTURBANCES
An asymptotically stable direct adaptive fuzzy PI sliding modecontroller is proposed for a class of nonlinear uncertain systems. In contrast toother existing approaches of handling disturbances, the proposed approachdoes not require this bound to be known, only requiring that it exists.Moreover, a PI control structure is used to attenuate chattering. The approachis applied to stabilize an open-loop unstable nonlinear system as well asthe Duffing forced-oscillation chaotic nonlinear system amid significantdisturbances. Analysis of simulations reveals the effectiveness of the proposedmethod in terms of a significant reduction in chattering while maintainingasymptotic convergence.
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Nonlinear control
fuzzy logic
Sliding mode control
Uncertainty
External
disturbances
Duffing forced-oscillation
Adaptive PI control
MOHAMMAD-REZA
AKBARZADEH-TOTONCHI
akbarzadeh@ieee.org
true
1
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, COLLEGE
OF ENGINEERING, FERDOWSI UNIVERSITY OF MASHHAD, MASHHAD, IRAN
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, COLLEGE
OF ENGINEERING, FERDOWSI UNIVERSITY OF MASHHAD, MASHHAD, IRAN
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, COLLEGE
OF ENGINEERING, FERDOWSI UNIVERSITY OF MASHHAD, MASHHAD, IRAN
LEAD_AUTHOR
REZA
SHAHNAZI
shahnazi@ieee.org
true
2
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, FERDOWSI
UNIVERSITY OF MASHHAD, MASHHAD, IRAN
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, FERDOWSI
UNIVERSITY OF MASHHAD, MASHHAD, IRAN
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, FERDOWSI
UNIVERSITY OF MASHHAD, MASHHAD, IRAN
AUTHOR
[1] M.-R. Akbarzadeh-T. and R. Shahnazi, Direct adaptive fuzzy PI sliding mode control for a
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class of uncertain nonlinear systems, In Proceeding of IEEE International Conference on
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Systems, Man and Cybernetics, (2005), 2566-2571.
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for uncertain nonlinear systems, In Proceeding of the Second International Conference
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on Machine Learning and Cybernetics, Xian, 2-5 November (2003).
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Proceeding of 42nd Conference on Decision and Control, Maui, Hawaii USA,
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December (2003).
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
SEMI $\theta$-COMPACTNESS IN INTUITIONISTIC FUZZY TOPOLOGICAL SPACES
The purpose of this paper is to construct the concept of semi$\theta$-compactness in intuitionistic fuzzy topological spaces. We give some characterizationsof semi $\theta$-compactness and locally semi -compactness. Also, wecompare these concepts with some other types of compactness in intuitionisticfuzzy topological spaces.
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I. M.
Hanafy
ihanafy@hotmail.com
true
1
Department of Mathematics,
Al-Arish Faculty of Education, Al-Arish, Egypt.
Department of Mathematics,
Al-Arish Faculty of Education, Al-Arish, Egypt.
Department of Mathematics,
Al-Arish Faculty of Education, Al-Arish, Egypt.
AUTHOR
A. M.
Abd El-Aziz
true
2
Department of Mathematics,
Al-Arish Faculty of Education, Al-Arish, Egypt.
Department of Mathematics,
Al-Arish Faculty of Education, Al-Arish, Egypt.
Department of Mathematics,
Al-Arish Faculty of Education, Al-Arish, Egypt.
AUTHOR
T. M.
Salman
tarek00−salman@hotmail.com,tarek69salman@yahoo.com
true
3
Department of Mathematics,
Al-Arish Faculty of Education, Al-Arish, Egypt.
Department of Mathematics,
Al-Arish Faculty of Education, Al-Arish, Egypt.
Department of Mathematics,
Al-Arish Faculty of Education, Al-Arish, Egypt.
LEAD_AUTHOR
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[2] K. Atanassov, Intuitionistic fuzzy sets, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 20(1986), 87-96.
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88(1997), 81-89.
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of Fuzzy Math., 4(2)(1996), 749-764.
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Journal of Fuzzy Math., 3(4) (1995), 899-909.
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spaces, Journal of Fuzzy Math., 5(2) (1997), 365-378.
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Czechoslovak Math. Journal, 53(4)(2003), 793-803.
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[9] I. M. Hanafy, A. M. Abd El Aziz and T. M. Salman, Intuitionistic fuzzy − closure operator,
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to appear in Bulletin of the Venezuelan Mathematical Society.
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[10] I. M. Hanafy, A. M. Abd El Aziz and T. M. Salman, Semi − continuity in intuitionistic
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fuzzy topological spaces, Bull. Malays. Math. Sci. Soc., (2) 29(1) (2006), 1-10.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
INTERVAL-VALUED FUZZY B-ALGEBRAS
In this note the notion of interval-valued fuzzy B-algebras (briefly,i-v fuzzy B-algebras), the level and strong level B-subalgebra is introduced.Then we state and prove some theorems which determine the relationshipbetween these notions and B-subalgebras. The images and inverse images ofi-v fuzzy B-subalgebras are defined, and how the homomorphic images andinverse images of i-v fuzzy B-subalgebra becomes i-v fuzzy B-algebras arestudied.
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Arsham
Borumand Saeid
arsham@iauk.ac.ir
true
1
Dept. of Mathematics, Islamic Azad University, Kerman
Branch, Kerman, Iran
Dept. of Mathematics, Islamic Azad University, Kerman
Branch, Kerman, Iran
Dept. of Mathematics, Islamic Azad University, Kerman
Branch, Kerman, Iran
AUTHOR
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and Systems, 63 , 1(1994), 87-90.
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[2] A. Borumand Saeid, Fuzzy topological B-algebras, (Submitted ).
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42 (1966), 19-22.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
FUZZY SUBGROUPS AND CERTAIN EQUIVALENCE RELATIONS
In this paper, we study an equivalence relation on the set of fuzzysubgroups of an arbitrary group G and give four equivalent conditions each ofwhich characterizes this relation. We demonstrate that with this equivalencerelation each equivalence class constitutes a lattice under the ordering of fuzzy setinclusion. Moreover, we study the behavior of these equivalence classes under theaction of a group homomorphism.
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Fuzzy subgroup
Equivalence relation
Lattice
$alpha$– cut
Strong $alpha$– cut
Homomorphism
APARNA
JAIN
jainaparna@yahoo.com
true
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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, SHIVAJI COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI, NEW DELHI,
INDIA
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, SHIVAJI COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI, NEW DELHI,
INDIA
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, SHIVAJI COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI, NEW DELHI,
INDIA
AUTHOR
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Inform. Sci., 76 (1994), 1-11.
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sets and fuzzy subgroups, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 152 (2005), 403-409.
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Sets and Systems, 37 (1990), 359-371.
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Math., 12 (2) (2004), 341-355.
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89 (1997), 263-266.
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System Symposium, Sapporo, Japan, (1992), 649-652.
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Meiji University, Japan, 9 (65) (1993), 31-36.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Persian-translation Vol.3 No.2, October 2006
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