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Function approximation performance of Fuzzy Neural Networks based on frequently used fuzzy operations and a pair of new trigonometric norms

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3 Author(s)
Koczy, L.T. ; Inst. of Inf., Electr. & Mech. Eng., Szechenyi Istvan Univ., Györ, Hungary ; Lovassy, R. ; Kóczy, L.T.

A new triangular t-norm and t-conorm are presented. The new fuzzy operations combined with the standard negation are applied in a practical problem, namely, they are proposed as suitable triangular norms for defining a fuzzy flip-flop based neuron. Other fuzzy J-K and D flip-flop based neurons are constructed by using algebraic, Łukasiewicz, Yager, Dombi and Hamacher connectives. The function approximation performance of a Fuzzy Neural Networks (FNN) built up from various fuzzy neurons are evaluated using six increasingly more complicated problems: various sine waves, battery cell charging characteristics, two dimensional trigonometric functions and a six dimensional benchmark problem. It is shown that the new norms lead to FNNs with better approximation properties in some cases than all the previous ones.

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Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ), 2010 IEEE International Conference on

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18-23 July 2010

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