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Azar A.T., Kumar J., Kumar V., Rana K.P.S. (2018) Control of a Two Link Planar Electrically-Driven Rigid Robotic Manipulator Using Fractional Order SOFC. In: Hassanien A., Shaalan K., Gaber T., Tolba M. (eds) Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Systems and Informatics 2017. AISI 2017. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 639, pp. 57-68, Springer, Cham
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Year: 2018
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Journal: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
Volume: 639
Issue: Not Available
Pages: 57-68
Publisher: Springer
Local/International: International
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Abstract:

An intelligent adaptive fuzzy logic control technique, Fractional Order Self Organizing Fuzzy Controller (FOSOFC) is presented and applied to control a two link planar electrically-driven rigid robotic (EDRR) manipulator system. As EDRR is a multi-input multi-output complex nonlinear system, an intelligent adaptive controller, FOSOFC is considered to control it perfectly. To show the efficacy of the FOSOFC controller, the obtained performance is compared with fractional order fuzzy proportional integral and derivative (FOFPID) controller for study in servo as well as the regulatory problems. Gains of the controllers are tuned by a meta-heuristic bio-inspired algorithm namely Cuckoo Search Algorithm. Based on the trajectory tracking and disturbance rejection (DR) performances, efficiency of controllers has been accessed and it has been found that FOSOFC outperforms on FOFPID controller.

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