Fuzzy Logic

FAQ About Fuzzy Logic

Fuzzy Logic
one year ago | gizem

What are the different types of Fuzzy Logic systems?

There are several types of Fuzzy Logic systems, including:

Mamdani Fuzzy Logic System: This is the most commonly used type of Fuzzy Logic system. It consists of a Fuzzy inference engine that uses a set of Fuzzy rules and membership functions to generate Fuzzy outputs, which are then defuzzified to produce a crisp output.

Sugeno Fuzzy Logic System: This type of Fuzzy Logic system is similar to the Mamdani system, but the output is a crisp value instead of a Fuzzy set. The output is obtained by applying a weighted average of the output values of the rules, where the weights are determined by the degree of membership of the input variables.

Takagi-Sugeno-Kang (TSK) Fuzzy Logic System: This type of Fuzzy Logic system is a generalization of the Sugeno system, where each rule has a linear function of the input variables, and the output is a linear combination of the rule outputs.

Hybrid Fuzzy Logic Systems: These are Fuzzy Logic systems that combine Fuzzy Logic with other AI techniques, such as neural networks, genetic algorithms, or expert systems. The aim is to combine the strengths of different AI techniques to create more powerful and effective systems.