R. Ponomarenko, A. Dyka


Various fuzzy inference systems that operate on the basis of polynomial consequents of fuzzy rules. As well as inference methods for such systems, in particular, Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy inference systems, their differences from other popular fuzzy systems, such as Mamdani systems, etc., are considered. The attention is focused on the features of the functioning of such systems both in the construction of elementary fuzzy systems. The Systems for which the calculation of the general logical conclusion involves intermediate levels of logical inference with many hierarchically interconnected blocks of fuzzy rules. Fuzzy sets of type 2 are considered, the membership index of which is a fuzzy term of the first type. This allows you to take into account the secondary fuzziness of linguistic concepts in the design of intelligent systems based on fuzzy inference. Fuzzy systems of the second type based on Takagi-Sugeno systems and the iterative Karnik-Mendel algorithm are considered to obtain a logical conclusion for fuzzy systems with the interval membership functions of the second type in the antecedents of fuzzy rules. The proposed procedure for lowering the order of fuzzy rules for higher-order Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy systems is described and justified. A fuzzy inference method for higher-order fuzzy systems based on the partition of a set of input variables is proposed. It is proposed to build a separate block of fuzzy rules for each of the input subspaces in the presence of a common polynomial. Which is a higher-order consequent, that reduces the total number of fuzzy rules in blocks.

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fuzzy system, consequent of the fuzzy rule, higher-order fuzzy systems, fuzzy inference

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