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標題: A TSK-type recurrent fuzzy network for dynamic systems processing by neural network and genetic algorithms
作者: Juang, Chia-Feng
關鍵字: control;identification;recurrent neural network;reinforcement learning
Project: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON FUZZY SYSTEMS, Volume 10, Issue 2, Page(s) 155-170.
In this paper, a TSK-type recurrent fuzzy network (TRFN) structure is proposed. The proposal calls for a design of TRFN by either neural network or genetic algorithms depending on the learning environment. Set forth first is a recurrent fuzzy network which develops from a series of recurrent fuzzy if-then rules with TSK-type consequent parts. The recurrent property comes from feeding the internal variables, derived from fuzzy firing strengths, back to both the network input and output layers. In this configuration, each internal variable is responsible for memorizing the temporal history of its corresponding fuzzy rule. The internal variable is also combined with external input variables in each rule's consequence, which shows an increase in network learning ability. TRFN design under different learning environments is next advanced. For problems where supervised training data is directly available, TRFN with supervised learning (TRFN-S) is proposed, and neural network (NN) learning approach is adopted for TRFN-S design. An online learning algorithm with concurrent structure and parameter learning is proposed. With flexibility of partition in the precondition part, and outcome of TSK-type, TRFN-S has the admirable property of small network size and high learning accuracy. As to the problems where gradient information for NN learning is costly to obtain or unavailable, like reinforcement learning, TRFN with Genetic learning (TRFN-G) is put forward. The precondition parts of TRFN-G are also partitioned in a flexible way, and all free parameters are designed concurrently by genetic algorithm. Owing to the well-designed network structure of TRFN, TRFN-G, like TRFN-S, also is characterized by a high learning accuracy property. To demonstrate the superior properties of TRFN, TRFN-S is applied to dynamic system identification and TRFN-G to dynamic system control. By comparing the results to other types of recurrent networks and design configurations, the efficiency of TRFN is verified.
ISSN: 1063-6706
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