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Simulating Continuous Fuzzy Systems

James J. Buckley

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ISBN 10: 3540284559 / ISBN 13: 9783540284550
Published by Springer-Verlag Gmbh Nov 2005, 2005
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Neuware - 1. 1 Introduction This book is written in two major parts. The rst part includes the int- ductory chapters consisting of Chapters 1 through 6. In part two, Chapters 7-26, we present the applications. This book continues our research into simulating fuzzy systems. We started with investigating simulating discrete event fuzzy systems ([7],[13],[14]). These systems can usually be described as queuing networks. Items (transactions) arrive at various points in the s- tem and go into a queue waiting for service. The service stations, preceded by a queue, are connected forming a network of queues and service, until the transaction nally exits the system. Examples considered included - chine shops, emergency rooms, project networks, bus routes, etc. Analysis of all of these systems depends on parameters like arrival rates and service rates. These parameters are usually estimated from historical data. These estimators are generally point estimators. The point estimators are put into the model to compute system descriptors like mean time an item spends in the system, or the expected number of transactions leaving the system per unit time. We argued that these point estimators contain uncertainty not shown in the calculations. Our estimators of these parameters become fuzzy numbers, constructed by placing a set of con dence intervals one on top of another. Using fuzzy number parameters in the model makes it into a fuzzy system. The system descriptors we want (time in system, number leaving per unit time) will be fuzzy numbers. 202 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783540284550

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Title: Simulating Continuous Fuzzy Systems

Publisher: Springer-Verlag Gmbh Nov 2005

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Buch

Book Condition:Neu

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This book is the companion text to Simulating Fuzzy Systems which investigated discrete fuzzy systems through crisp discrete simulation. The current book studies continuous fuzzy dynamical systems using crisp continuous simulation. We start with a crisp continuous dynamical system whose evolution depends on a system of ordinary differential equations (ODEs). The system of ODEs contains parameters many of which have uncertain values. Usually point estimators for these uncertain parameters are used, but the resulting system will not display any uncertainty associated with these estimators. Instead we employ fuzzy number estimators, constructed from expert opinion or from data, for the uncertain parameters. Fuzzy number estimators produces a system of fuzzy ODEs to solve whose solution will be fuzzy trajectories for the variables. We use crisp continuous simulation to estimate the trajectories of the support and core of these fuzzy numbers in a variety of twenty applications of fuzzy dynamical systems. The applications range from Bungee jumping to the AIDS epidemic to dynamical models in economics. TOC:Fuzzy Sets.- Fuzzy Estimation.- Fuzzy Systems.- Continuous Simulation Software.- Simulation Optimization.- Predator/Prey Models.- An Arm's Race Model.- Bungee Jumping .- Spread of Infectious Disease Model.- Planetary Motion.- Human Cannon Ball.- Electrical Circuits.- Hawks, Doves and Law-Abiders.- Suspension System.- Chemical Reactions.- The AIDS Epidemic.- The Machine/Service Queuing Model.- A Self-Service Queuing Model.- Symbiosis.- Supply and Demand.- Drug Concentrations.- Three Species Competition.- Flying a Glider.- The National Economy.- Sex Structured Population Models.- Summary and Future Research.- Matlab/Simulink Commands for Graphs.

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