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Evolutionary design of Fuzzy Logic Controllers with the techniques Artificial Neural Network and Genetic Algorithm for cart-pole problem

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3 Author(s)
Thakur, R. ; Dept. of Inf. Technol., AEC, Agra, India ; Singh, V.K. ; Singh, M.P.

This paper focuses on the Genetic Algorithm learning paradigm applied to train the ANNs for balancing the cart-pole balancing system. The studied system is a classic control problem namely “cart-pole” problem. We will apply the unconventional techniques Artificial Neural Network, Genetic Algorithm and Fuzzy Logic to a classic control problem "cart-pole”. In this paper we have tried to train the Artificial Neural Network (ANN) with using Genetic Algorithms (program is written in MATLAB) which is compared with the output obtained using the Artificial Neural Network Toolbox provided in MATLAB. In proposed approach we have used both ANNs and Genetic Algorithm to get more optimal solution. Here we applied the approach for the Fuzzy logic technique to design a Fuzzy Logic Controllers (FLC) using ANNs and Genetic Algorithm (GA). The Fuzzy rules which are needed to control the problem will be framed with the combination of Artificial Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithm. It has been found that such a searching technique converges intelligently and much faster than conventional learning means. Performance of the presented neural network training using the genetic algorihtms is much better and providing more accurate results.

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Computational Intelligence and Computing Research (ICCIC), 2010 IEEE International Conference on

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28-29 Dec. 2010