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Seismic response control tests of building structure by fuzzy optimal logic

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8 Author(s)
Fujitani, H. ; Building Res. Inst., Minist. of Construction, Japan ; Iiba, M. ; Kitagawa, Y. ; Midorikawa, M.
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The paper outlines shaking table tests and their results for an active seismic response control system that uses fuzzy optimal logic (FOL). The shaking table test results confirmed the validity of the vibration control effect of this seismic response control system. The results of this study lead to two conclusions, that the effectiveness of this FOL control system can be increased by modifying the membership function, and that the results of seismic response control tests can be qualitatively evaluated by two simulation methods

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Uncertainty Modeling and Analysis, 1995, and Annual Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society. Proceedings of ISUMA - NAFIPS '95., Third International Symposium on

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17-19 Sep 1995