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This paper presents a rigorous mathematical development for the design of robust intelligent type-2 fuzzy control systems with regards to the disturbance rejection problem. The majority of the papers in the literature uses only type-1 fuzzy systems for the modeling of both plant ant controller. In the control structure presented in this paper, we use type-2 fuzzy systems, which are more generalized than their type-1 counterparts and particularly known for handling uncertainties. This work extends and generalizes the previous results for the design of robust intelligent control systems. The final robust criteria are given based on linear matrix inequalities (LMIs), and two examples are provided to demonstrate the developed methodologies. The simulation results also show the potential of type-2 fuzzy controllers in improving robustness compared to type-1. The mathematically-sound general framework proposed in this paper provides a systematic tool for the design of robust intelligent controllers, and hence it is expected to widen their applications.
American Control Conference (ACC), 2012
Date of Conference: 27-29 June 2012