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Design of Simple-Structured Fuzzy Logic Systems for Segway-Type Mobile Robot
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 Title & Authors
Design of Simple-Structured Fuzzy Logic Systems for Segway-Type Mobile Robot
Yoo, Hyun-Ho; Choi, Byung-Jae;
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 Abstract
Studies on the control of the inverted pendulum type system have been widely reported. This is because it is a typical complex nonlinear system and may be a good model for verifying the performance of a proposed control system. In this paper, we propose the design of some fuzzy logic control (FLC) systems for controlling a Segway-type mobile robot, which is an inverted pendulum type system. We first derive a dynamic model of the Segway-type mobile robot and then analyze it in detail. Next, we propose the design of some FLC systems that have good performance for the control of any nonlinear system. Then, we design two conventional FLC systems for the position and balance control of the Segway-type mobile robot, and we demonstrate their usefulness through simulations. Next, we point out the possibility of simplifying the design process and reducing the computational complexity,, which results from the skew symmetric property of the fuzzy control rule tables. Finally, we design two other FLC systems for position and balance control of the Segway-type mobile robot. These systems have only one input variable in the FLC systems. Furthermore, we observe that they offer similar control performance to that of the conventional two-input FLC systems.
 Keywords
Segway-type mobile robot;Fuzzy logic control system;Simple-structured FLC;Skew symmetry;Rule table;
 Language
English
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