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Serial architecture for fuzzy controllers: hardware implementation using analog/digital VLSI techniques

AuthorsHuertas-Díaz, J. L. ; Sánchez-Solano, Santiago ; Barriga, Angel ; Baturone, I.
KeywordsFuzzy logic
Discrete-time techniques
Membership function
CMOS integrated circuits
Issue DateJul-1992
CitationSecond International Conference on Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks (IIZUKA’92), Vol. 1, pp. 535-538, Iizuka, Japan, July 17-22 1992.
AbstractA new architecture is presented for the implementation of fuzzy systems using analog-digital techniques. This architecture is directed towards allowing the implementation of many rules on the same chip, including the fuzzy inference engine and the defuzzifier. This approach is based on a total or partial sequential operation of both the fuzzifier and the defuzzifier. A basic operational cell for a membership function circuit as well as its programmable version are described and used for realizing the proposed architecture in a CMOS technology.
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