Control por Planificación de Ganancia con Modelos Borrosos

José L. Díez, José L. Navarro, Antonio Sala

Resumen

En este artículo se presentan los tipos de modelos borrosos y metodologías de identificación (por agrupamiento borroso) más adecuados para obtener modelos locales de sistemas no lineales. En particular, se muestra qué técnicas de control por planificación de ganancia son aplicables a los modelos así identificados. Estas técnicas, basándose en el diseño de controladores lineales para los modelos locales identificados, consiguen obtener de forma sencilla controladores para un sistema borroso.

Palabras clave

control con modelos locales; planificación de ganancia; técnicas de control inteligente; sistemas borrosos

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