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Fuzzy Controller Design Based on Fuzzy Lyapunov Stability. Stjepan Bogdan University of Zagreb. F uzzy Lyapunov stability F uzzy numbers and fuzzy arit h metic C ascade fuzzy controller design E xperimental results ball and beam 2DOF airplane

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Stjepan Bogdan

University of Zagreb

• Fuzzy Lyapunov stability

• Fuzzy numbers and fuzzy arithmetic

• Experimental results

• ball and beam

• 2DOF airplane

• Fuzzy Lyapunov stability and occupancy grid – implementation to formation control

operator can define stabilizing (allowed) and destabilizing (forbidden) actions in linguistic form

QUESTION : if we replace a crisp mathematical definition of Lyapunov stability conditions with linguistic terms, can we still treat these conditions as a valid test for stability?

Answer to this question was proposed by M. Margaliot and G.Langholz in “Fuzzy Lyapunov based approach to the design of fuzzy controllers” and L.A. Zadeh in “From computing with numbers to computing with words”.

2nd order system Lyapunov function sample:

dx1/dt=x2 and dx2/dt~u

pos*pos + pos*u = neg => u = ?

• linguistic terms in a form of fuzzy numbers

• fuzzy number - fuzzy set with a bounded support + convex and normal membership function μς(x):

• triangular fuzzy number (L-R fuzzy number):

Fuzzy zero ?

Fuzzy numbers and fuzzy arithmetic

• fuzzy arithmetic

Definition: greater then or equal to

- the range of the beam angle θ is ±π/4,

- the range of the ball displacement from center of the beam is ±0.3[m]

- the ball position and the beam angle are measured.

Even though we assume that an exact physical law of motion is unknown, from the common experience we distinguish that the ball acceleration increases as the beam angle increases, and that angular acceleration of the beam is somehow proportional to the applied torque.

Task: determine fuzzy controller that stabilizes the system

- consider the Lyapunov function of the following form:

4 state variables, 3 linguistic values each  81 rules

Observe each of two terms separately

and

Observe each of two terms separately

and

only 9+9=18 rules

Experimental results – ball and beam

Fuzzy Lyapunov stability and occupancy grid – implementation to formation control

Wifibot – Robosoft, France

I2C bus

Ethernet

SC12 (BECK)

IR sensors

encoders

Web cam DCS-900

Fuzzy Lyapunov stability and occupancy grid – implementation to formation control

Visual feedback – web cam DCS-900

320:240 or 640:480

46o

75o

Wide angle lens (Sony 0.6x)

formation definition - graph implementation to formation control(Desai et al.)

Formation requires

increasing order of IDs!

set of predefined rules for formation change

possible collisions during formation change

Fuzzy Lyapunov stability and occupancy grid – implementation to formation control

markers

fuzzy controllers

Fuzzy Lyapunov stability and occupancy grid – implementation to formation control

• Occupancy grid with time windows:

• each cell represents resource used by mobile agents,

• formation change => path planning and execution for each mobile agent => missions (with priorities?),

• one mobile agent per resource is allowed => dynamic scheduling => time windows.

Wedge formation to T formation

b – 32 => 55 (43,54)

c – 34 => 51 (33,42)

d – 51 => 33 (52,43)

e – 55 => 53 (54)

Fuzzy Lyapunov stability and occupancy grid – implementation to formation control

b – 32 => 55 (32,43,54,55)

c – 34 => 51 (34,33,42,51)

d – 51 => 33 (51,52,43,33)

e – 55 => 53 (55,54,53)

43, 54 - shared resources

Fuzzy Lyapunov stability and occupancy grid – implementation to formation control