A functional-link based interval type-2 compensatory fuzzy neural network for nonlinear system modeling
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- IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems, 2011, pp. 939 - 943
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In this paper, the Functional-Link based Interval Type-2 Compensatory Fuzzy Neural Network (FLIT2CFNN) is a six-layer structure, which combines compensatory fuzzy reasoning method, and the consequent part is combined the proposed functional-link neural network with interval weights. The compensatory fuzzy reasoning method uses adaptive fuzzy operations of neuro-fuzzy systems that can make the fuzzy logic system more adaptive and effective. Initially, there is no rule in the FLIT2CFNN. A FLIT2CFNN is constructed using concurrent structure and parameter learning. The advantages of this learning algorithm are that it converges quickly and the obtained fuzzy rules are more precise. All of the antecedent part parameters and compensatory degree values are learned by gradient descent algorithm. Several simulation results show that the FLIT2CFNN achieves better performance than other feedforword type-1 and type-2 FNNs. © 2011 IEEE.
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