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Hybrid self-organising fuzzy logic PID controllers for muscle relaxant anaesthesia

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2 Author(s)
Mason, D.G. ; Intelligent Syst. Lab., Sheffield Univ., UK ; Linkens, D.A.

Hybrid PID forms of SOFLC were investigated in computer simulation for controlling muscle relaxation in the operating theatre with a view to reducing computational requirements and comparing their control performance. A 5×5 fuzzy rule base was used and an efficient fuzzy inferencing procedure identified which uses singletons for input and output fuzzy sets. The performance of a self-organising fuzzy PD+I controller was compared with a self-organising PI+I controller in computer simulations with regard to noise tolerance and tracking ability with a fixed setpoint and changing process gain. Both self-organising fuzzy logic controllers have similar control performance under the simulated condition. The SOFPD+I controller output is considerably more variable than the SOFPI+I controller under high noise conditions but gives a faster response to genuine process changes under low noise conditions.

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Control '96, UKACC International Conference on (Conf. Publ. No. 427)  (Volume:1 )

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2-5 Sept. 1996

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