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Automatic Design of Hierarchical Takagi–Sugeno Type Fuzzy Systems Using Evolutionary Algorithms

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4 Author(s)
Yuehui Chen ; Jinan Univ., Jinan ; Bo Yang ; Abraham, A. ; Lizhi Peng

This paper presents an automatic way of evolving hierarchical Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy systems (TS-FS). The hierarchical structure is evolved using probabilistic incremental program evolution (PIPE) with specific instructions. The fine tuning of the if - then rule's parameters encoded in the structure is accomplished using evolutionary programming (EP). The proposed method interleaves both PIPE and EP optimizations. Starting with random structures and rules' parameters, it first tries to improve the hierarchical structure and then as soon as an improved structure is found, it further fine tunes the rules' parameters. It then goes back to improve the structure and the rules' parameters. This loop continues until a satisfactory solution (hierarchical TS-FS model) is found or a time limit is reached. The proposed hierarchical TS-FS is evaluated using some well known benchmark applications namely identification of nonlinear systems, prediction of the Mackey-Glass chaotic time-series and some classification problems. When compared to other neural networks and fuzzy systems, the developed hierarchical TS-FS exhibits competing results with high accuracy and smaller size of hierarchical architecture.

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Fuzzy Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

June 2007

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