Reconfigurable Takagi-Sugeno Fuzzy Logic Control for a Class of Nonlinear System considering Communication Time Delays on Peripheral Elements
Keywords:fuzzy logic, network control
AbstractNowadays the study of faults and their consequences becomes an issue into highly safety critical computer network systems. How to bound the effects of a fault and how to tackle them into a dynamic system is still an open field. In here an approach to tackle this problem is presented. The use of Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy logic structure is given in order to accomplish two challenges, the presence of local faults and the respective time delays within a realtime distributed system. This approach is pursued as reconfigurable strategy according to communication time delays within a real-time distributed system. This approach is pursued as reconfigurable strategy according to communication delays.
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