Proportional-integral controllers with fuzzy tuning

Proportional-integral controllers with fuzzy tuning

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Some simple fuzzy logic schemes for online tuning of proportional-integral controller parameters to improve system robustness are outlined. Simulation results indicate that, with fuzzy tuning, the reference response is well damped with adequately fast dynamics, and the maximum deviation of the disturbance response is reduced even in the case of changing plant parameters.


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