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ROBUST $H_{infty}$ CONTROL FOR T–S TIMEVARYING DELAY
SYSTEMS WITH NORM BOUNDED UNCERTAINTY BASED ON
LMI APPROACH
ROBUST $H_{infty}$ CONTROL FOR T–S TIMEVARYING DELAY
SYSTEMS WITH NORM BOUNDED UNCERTAINTY BASED ON
LMI APPROACH
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In this paper we consider the problem of delaydependent robustH1 control for uncertain fuzzy systems with timevarying delay. The Takagi–Sugeno (T–S) fuzzy model is used to describe such systems. Timedelay isassumed to have lower and upper bounds. Based on the LyapunovKrasovskiifunctional method, a sufficient condition for the existence of a robust $H_{infty}$controller is obtained. The fuzzy state feedback gains are derived by solvingpertinent LMIs. The proposed method can avoid restrictions on the derivativeof the timevarying delay assumed in previous works. The effectiveness of ourmethod is demonstrated by a numerical example.
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In this paper we consider the problem of delaydependent robustH1 control for uncertain fuzzy systems with timevarying delay. The Takagi–Sugeno (T–S) fuzzy model is used to describe such systems. Timedelay isassumed to have lower and upper bounds. Based on the LyapunovKrasovskiifunctional method, a sufficient condition for the existence of a robust H1controller is obtained. The fuzzy state feedback gains are derived by solvingpertinent LMIs. The proposed method can avoid restrictions on the derivativeof the timevarying delay assumed in previous works. The effectiveness of ourmethod is demonstrated by a numerical example.
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HanLiang
Huang
HanLiang
Huang
Department of Mathematics, Beijing Institute of Technology,
Beijing 100081, China
Department of Mathematics, Beijing Institute
China
hl_huang1980.student@sina.com
FuGui
Shi
FuGui
Shi
Department of Mathematics, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing
100081, China
Department of Mathematics, Beijing Institute
China
f.g.shi@263.net
$H_{infty}$ control
Linear Matrix Inequality (LMI)
Delaydependent
T–S fuzzy systems
Uncertainty
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COMBINING FUZZY QUANTIFIERS AND NEAT OPERATORS
FOR SOFT COMPUTING
COMBINING FUZZY QUANTIFIERS AND NEAT OPERATORS
FOR SOFT COMPUTING
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This paper will introduce a new method to obtain the order weightsof the Ordered Weighted Averaging (OWA) operator. We will first show therelation between fuzzy quantifiers and neat OWA operators and then offer anew combination of them. Fuzzy quantifiers are applied for soft computingin modeling the optimism degree of the decision maker. In using neat operators,the ordering of the inputs is not needed resulting in better computationefficiency. The theoretical results will be illustrated in a water resources managementproblem. This case study shows that more sensitive decisions areobtained by using the new method.
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This paper will introduce a new method to obtain the order weightsof the Ordered Weighted Averaging (OWA) operator. We will first show therelation between fuzzy quantifiers and neat OWA operators and then offer anew combination of them. Fuzzy quantifiers are applied for soft computingin modeling the optimism degree of the decision maker. In using neat operators,the ordering of the inputs is not needed resulting in better computationefficiency. The theoretical results will be illustrated in a water resources managementproblem. This case study shows that more sensitive decisions areobtained by using the new method.
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Ferenc
szidarovszky
Ferenc
szidarovszky
Systems and Industrial Engineering Department, University of
Arizona, Tucson, Az 857210020, USA
Systems and Industrial Engineering Department,
United States
szidar@sie.arizona.edu
Mahdi
Zarghami
Mahdi
Zarghami
Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Tabriz, Tabriz 51664,
Iran
Faculty of Civil Engineering, University
United States
mzarghami@tabrizu.ac.ir
OWA operator
Fuzzy quantifiers
Neat operator
Multi criteria decision making
Watershed management
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THE PERCENTILES OF FUZZY NUMBERS AND THEIR
APPLICATIONS
THE PERCENTILES OF FUZZY NUMBERS AND THEIR
APPLICATIONS
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The purpose of this study is to find the percentiles of fuzzy numbersand to demonstrate their applications, which include finding weightedmeans, dispersion indices, and the percentile intervals of fuzzy numbers. Thecrisp approximations of fuzzy numbers introduced in this paper are new andinteresting for the comparison of fuzzy environments, such as a variety of economic,financial, and engineering systems control problems.
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The purpose of this study is to find the percentiles of fuzzy numbersand to demonstrate their applications, which include finding weightedmeans, dispersion indices, and the percentile intervals of fuzzy numbers. Thecrisp approximations of fuzzy numbers introduced in this paper are new andinteresting for the comparison of fuzzy environments, such as a variety of economic,financial, and engineering systems control problems.
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Eynollah
Pasha
Eynollah
Pasha
Department of Mathematics, The teacher Training University,
Tehran, Iran
Department of Mathematics, The teacher Training
Iran
pasha@saba.tmu.ac.ir
Abolfazl
Saiedifar
Abolfazl
Saiedifar
Department of Statistics, Science and Research branch, Islamic
Azad University, Tehran 14515775, Iran
Department of Statistics, Science and Research
Iran
asaiedi@iauarak.ac.ir or saiedifar1349@yahoo.com
Babak
Asady
Babak
Asady
Department of Mathematics, Islamic Azad University, Arak, Iran
Department of Mathematics, Islamic Azad University
Iran
babakmz2002@yahoo.com
Trimmed mean
Winsorized mean
Interquartile range
Skewness
Kurtosis
Percentile interval
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ABSORBENT ORDERED FILTERS AND THEIR
FUZZIFICATIONS IN IMPLICATIVE SEMIGROUPS
ABSORBENT ORDERED FILTERS AND THEIR FUZZIFICATIONS IN IMPLICATIVE SEMIGROUPS
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The notion of absorbent ordered filters in implicative semigroupsis introduced, and its fuzzification is considered. Relations among (fuzzy) orderedfilters, (fuzzy) absorbent ordered filters, and (fuzzy) positive implicativeordered filters are stated. The extensionproperty for (fuzzy) absorbent orderedfilters is established. Conditions for (fuzzy) ordered filters to be (fuzzy)absorbent ordered filters are provided. The notions of normal/maximal fuzzyabsorbent ordered filters and complete absorbent ordered filters are introducedand their properties are investigated.
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The notion of absorbent ordered filters in implicative semigroupsis introduced, and its fuzzification is considered. Relations among (fuzzy) orderedfilters, (fuzzy) absorbent ordered filters, and (fuzzy) positive implicativeordered filters are stated. The extensionproperty for (fuzzy) absorbent orderedfilters is established. Conditions for (fuzzy) ordered filters to be (fuzzy)absorbent ordered filters are provided. The notions of normal/maximal fuzzyabsorbent ordered filters and complete absorbent ordered filters are introducedand their properties are investigated.
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Young Bae
Jun
Young Bae
Jun
Department of Mathematics Education and (RINS), Gyeongsang National
University, Chinju 660701, Korea
Department of Mathematics Education and (RINS),
Korea
skywine@gmail.com
Chul Hwan
Park
Chul Hwan
Park
Department of Mathematics, University of Ulsan, Ulsan 680749,
Korea
Department of Mathematics, University of
Korea
skyrosemary@gmail.com
D. R.
Prince Williams
D. R.
Prince Williams
Department of Information Technology, Salalah College of
Technology, Post Box: 608, Salalah211, Sultanate of Oman
Department of Information Technology, Salalah
Oman
princeshree1@gmail.com
Implicative semigroup
(fuzzy) positive implicative ordered filter
(fuzzy) absorbent ordered filter
Normal fuzzy absorbent ordered filter
Maximal fuzzy absorbent ordered filter
Complete fuzzy absorbent ordered filter
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ON ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)FUZZY IDEALS OF BCIALGEBRAS
ON ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)FUZZY IDEALS OF BCIALGEBRAS
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The aim of this paper is to introduce the notions of ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy pideals, ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy qideals and ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy aideals in BCIalgebras and to investigate some of their properties. Several characterizationtheorems for these generalized fuzzy ideals are proved and the relationshipamong these generalized fuzzy ideals of BCIalgebras is discussed. It is shownthat a fuzzy set of a BCIalgebra is an ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy aideal if and only if itis both an ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy pideal and an ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy qideal. Finally, the concept of implicationbased fuzzy aideals in BCIalgebras is introduced and,in particular, the implication operators in Lukasiewicz system of continuousvaluedlogic are discussed.
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The aim of this paper is to introduce the notions of ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy pideals, ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy qideals and ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy aideals in BCIalgebras and to investigate some of their properties. Several characterizationtheorems for these generalized fuzzy ideals are proved and the relationshipamong these generalized fuzzy ideals of BCIalgebras is discussed. It is shownthat a fuzzy set of a BCIalgebra is an ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy aideal if and only if itis both an ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy pideal and an ($epsilon, epsilon vee q$)fuzzy qideal. Finally, the concept of implicationbased fuzzy aideals in BCIalgebras is introduced and,in particular, the implication operators in Lukasiewicz system of continuousvaluedlogic are discussed.
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Jianming
Zhan
Jianming
Zhan
Department of Mathematics, Hubei Institute for Nationalities, Enshi,
Hubei Province,445000, P. R. China
Department of Mathematics, Hubei Institute
China
zhanjianming@hotmail.com
Young Bae
Jun
Young Bae
Jun
Department of Mathematics Education, Gyeongsang National University,
Chinju 660701, Korea
Department of Mathematics Education, Gyeongsang
Korea
skywine@gmail.com
Bijan
Davvaz
Bijan
Davvaz
Department of Mathematics, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran
Department of Mathematics, Yazd University,
Iran
davvaz@yazduni.ac.ir
BCIalgebra
($epsilon
epsilon vee q$)fuzzy (p
q and a) ideal
fuzzy logic
Implication operator
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