Identification of Fuzzy Inference Systems by Means of a Multiobjective Opposition-Based Space Search Algorithm

  • Huang W
  • Oh S
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Abstract

We introduce a new category of fuzzy inference systems with the aid of a multiobjective opposition-based space search algorithm (MOSSA). The proposed MOSSA is essentially a multiobjective space search algorithm improved by using an opposition-based learning that employs a so-called opposite numbers mechanism to speed up the convergence of the optimization algorithm. In the identification of fuzzy inference system, the MOSSA is exploited to carry out the parametric identification of the fuzzy model as well as to realize its structural identification. Experimental results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed fuzzy models.

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Huang, W., & Oh, S.-K. (2013). Identification of Fuzzy Inference Systems by Means of a Multiobjective Opposition-Based Space Search Algorithm. Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 2013, 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1155/2013/725017

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