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Dyna rev.fac.nac.minas vol.83 no.199 Medellín dez. 2016

http://dx.doi.org/10.15446/dyna.v83n199.51385 

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15446/dyna.v83n199.51385

Gaussian clarification based on sign function

Clarificación gaussiana basado en la función signo

 

José de Jesús Medel-Juárez a, Mario Espinosa-Santiago a & José Luis Fernández-Muñoz b

 

a Centro de Investigación en Computación, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México. jjmedelj@yahoo.com.mx, xxmesxx@gmail.com
b Centro de Investigación en Ciencia Aplicada y Tecnología Avanzada, U. Legaría, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México. jlfernandezmu@gmail.com

 

Received: June 18th, 2015. Received in revised form: March 16th, 2016. Accepted: May 25th, 2016.

 

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.


Abstract
This paper presents a clarification model in the fuzzy sense based on the Membership Inverse Function (MIF), in Control Theory. It is considered as an identification and requires bounded input and output signals. The sign function and its derivative is regarded as a Gaussian function into the mathematical Membership description. Specifically, the sign function considers the difference between the absolute state variable values and its centroid, rather than remaining in the triangle inequality. Therefore, the theoretical result applied in Matlab® using the reference values as an identification process in an Auto Regressive Moving Average (ARMA) (1, 1) model describes the performance. The clarification converging in almost all points of the desired signal depends on the different initial conditions. The convergence obtained by the functional error built by the second probability moment was also used and applied in the same software giving an illustrative description.

Keywords: Clarification; Fuzzy Logic; Identification; Stochastic Process.

Resumen
Este artículo presenta un modelo de clarificación en el sentido difuso basado en la función de membresía inversa como proceso de identificación para un sistema tipo caja negra con Una Entrada y Una Salida (UEUS). La función signo y su derivada para la función gaussiana, permite la descripción matemática del estado a identificar. Específicamente, la función signo aplica la diferencia entre los valores absolutos de la variable de estado y su centroide, en vez de la desigualdad del triángulo. El resultado teórico estuvo aplicado en Matlab®, usando como valores de referencia a los resultados del modelo Auto-Regresivo de Promedios Móviles (ARPM) (1, 1); permitiendo la clarificación y su convergencia en casi todos los puntos a la señal de referencia con diferentes condiciones iniciales entre ellos. La convergencia de forma ilustrativa se describió por el funcional del error a través del segundo momento de probabilidad usando el mismo software.

Palabras clave: Clarificación; Lógica Difusa; Identificación; Proceso Estocástico.


 

1. Introduction

"The world is not black and white but only shades of gray." In 1965, Zadeh [1] wrote a seminal paper in which he introduced fuzzy sets with smooth boundaries. These sets are considered gray areas rather than black and white in contrast to classical sets, which form the basis of Boolean or binary logic. Fuzzy set theory and fuzzy logic are convenient tools for handling imprecise, or unmolded data in intelligent decision-making systems. It has also found many applications in the areas of information sciences and control systems.

In many science areas, the identification process used internal system states for description, reconstruction or prediction. The techniques developed, give the average answer regarding its internal states such as the centroid method (in fuzzy logic) or the analytical methods based on stochastic gradient. The identification is known as clarification in the fuzzy logic sense [2]. The clarification methods according to performance have similar structures [3], and generate an equivalent signal compared with a reference, without indicating the associated properties [4]. The common strategies such as Gaussian Membership Function (GMF) and Polynomial Transformation (PT) are combined, obtaining better performance compared with the existing algorithms [5]. Another strategy is the distance between two fuzzy sets resulting in a clarification value without the index determining the original fuzzy number [6]. Control Theory (CT) suggests the Fuzzy Clarification Method (FCM) [7] instead of Least Squares Method (LSM) [8-9], Instrumental Variable (IV) [10-11], Forgetting Factor (FF) [12-13], Stochastic Gradient (SG) [14-17], Kalman Filter (KF) [18-19], and Deconvolution [20-23]. The control systems commonly have unwanted conditions or operations and the clarification process involved gives poor results because its average answer requires using Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) with stability conditions applied during the identification process [24], obtaining better results in simulation [25-26]. In [27], a clarification algorithm was applied into a fuzzy adaptive controller deciding it necessary to know the internal state value, bounded by a GMF. The Membership Inverse Function (MIF) transforms the fuzzy results into identified states without indicating the technique used [28]. The statistical properties such as Mean, and Standard Deviation according to [27-32] accomplish the Main Membership Function (MMF).

The Membership Inverse Function (MIF) as a clarification process approximating this result to the real reference value.

According to previous results, we develop the clarification process for stochastic signals using the signal system sign function considered bounded by a Membership Gaussian Function (MGF). Section 2 gives the main results. Section 3, presents the simulations and in the conclusions are developed in Section 4 describing the advantages and the references applied.

 

2. Main results

The clarification process has a natural description using the sign function properties applied into Membership Gaussian Function (MGF) according to Theorem 1. Thus, the Black-box system response is described through the clarification process knowing only the Membership Function (MF) and its two first probability moments.

With as the input and the output, satisfying, here, is the sequence index and is the time system state with.

Theorem 1. Let be described in eq. (1), as the Membership Gaussian Function (MGF) for a fuzzy system.

The clarification state in eq. (2) is based on sign function accomplished with 0,.

With, are the Centroid and Standard Deviation respectively, with a time occurrence system state into sequence states , allows associating a Membership Function (MF) . With slope and the sequence index.

Proof. Let eq. (3) be a description of sign function

The considering in eq. (4), is a Membership Gaussian Function (MGF) with slope , instead of absolute value.

Eq. (5) applies the logarithm of the Gaussian function according to eq.(3).

Eq. (6) presents the simplified result of eq. (5).

Eq. (7), without denominator having the equality to 0.

Eq. (8) presents the evaluation of as in eqs. (3) and (4) into eq. (7).

Eq. (9) develops the clarification () with respect to Membership Gaussian Function in agreement to eq. (8).

 

3. Simulation

The digital Black-box system described by an ARMA (1, 1) technique [15] with State Space; its evolution is depicted in Fig. 4 for.

The system proposed bounded by a Normal Distribution [32] is depicted in Fig. 2 with a Membership Gaussian Function (MGF) [33]. The slopes presented in Fig. 3 used the eqs. (3) and (4) into MGF. Fig. 5 shows the clarification state (2) justifying Theorem 1 through (9).

 

Fig. 2 shows the Gaussian Membership function based on ARMA (1, 1) technique.

Fig. 3 presents the slopes according to eq. (3) and taking into account the information content in Fig. 2.

Fig. 4, describes the clarification result viewed by, function.

Fig. 5, includes the system evolution and its clarification, observing both signals converging regardlees of different initial conditions.

 

4. Conclusions

The output system bounded by a Membership Gaussian Function (MGF) required a novel clarification technique justified in (9). The model developed and applied considered eqs. (4) and (5) properties applied in (8). The defuzzification strategy used a unit vector concept and its derivate properties applied on Membership Function (MF), achieving the clarification strategy. The theoretical results were developed

by the stochastic system bounded by a Gaussian distribution. The identification process or clarification consists of the Membership Inverse Function (MIF) developed in an analytical manner in eq. (2) and validated theoretically in eq. (9).

Therefore, this description for the clarification process was based on Membership Gaussian Inverse Function (MGIF) with the sign function and its derivative properties, obtaining the description state.

 

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J. de J. Medel-Juárez, is a Professor working on- intelligent estimation and identification applied in hybrid filters. He is an Aeronautics Engineer (1994), MSc. in sciences in Automatic Control (1996), and also a PhD in Automatic Control (1998), Member of National Council for Science and Technology (1999), member of the Mexican Academy of Sciences. Actually, he is a Full Time Professor and Researcher in the Computer Research Center (CIC). His researches include Digital filtering, Control, Real-time, among others. ORCID: 0000-0002-1257-1711

M.Espinosa-Santiago, is a MSc. in Computer Research Center (CIC) and Eng. in Electronics and Communications at the Mechanical and Electrical School at National Polytechnic Institute (ESIME Zacatenco IPN). Currently he works at the Technical Center for Research and Development Carso, (CTQ-CIDEC). ORCID: 0000-0003- 0449-9382

J.L. Fernández-Muñoz, is a Full Time Professor working on Applied Intelligent Systems. He is PhD. in Physics and has MSc. in Physics (1998). Member of the National Researchers System. He is a researcher at Research Center of Science and Advanced Technology (CICATA-IPN) in the Laboratory of Condensed Matter. ORCID: 0000-0002-2039-3222

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