Cheng-Hung Chen

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This study presents a functional-link-based neurofuzzy network (FLNFN) structure for nonlinear system control. The proposed FLNFN model uses a functional link neural network (FLNN) to the consequent part of the fuzzy rules. This study uses orthogonal polynomials and linearly independent functions in a functional expansion of the FLNN. Thus, the consequent(More)
Dynamic Web service selection refers to determining a subset of component Web services to be invoked so as to orchestrate a composite Web service. Previous work in Web service selection usually assumes the invocations of Web service operations to be independent of one another. This assumption however does not hold in practice as both the composite and(More)
This paper presents an efficient immune symbiotic evolution learning (ISEL) algorithm for the compensatory neurofuzzy controller (CNFC). The proposed ISEL method includes three major components-–initial population, subgroup symbiotic evolution, and immune system algorithm. First, the self-clustering algorithm that determines proper input space partitioning(More)
In this paper, a recurrent functional-link-based neural fuzzy system (RFLNFS) is proposed for prediction of time sequence and skin color detection. The proposed RFLNFS model uses functional link neural network as the consequent part of fuzzy rules. The RFLNFS model can generate the consequent part of a nonlinear combination of the input variables. The(More)
This study proposes an efficient self-evolving evolutionary learning algorithm (SEELA) for neurofuzzy inference systems (NFISs). The major feature of the proposed SEELA is that it is based on evolutionary algorithms that can determine the number of fuzzy rules and adjust the NFIS parameters. The SEELA consists of structure learning and parameter learning.(More)
This study presents an adaptive neural fuzzy network (ANFN) controller based on a modified differential evolution (MODE) for solving control problems. The proposed ANFN controller adopts a functional link neural network as the consequent part of the fuzzy rules. Thus, the consequent part of the ANFN controller is a nonlinear combination of input variables.(More)
In this paper, a quantum neuro-fuzzy classifier (QNFC) for classification applications is proposed. The proposed QNFC model is a five-layer structure, which combines the compensatory-based fuzzy reasoning method with the traditional Takagi–Sugeno–Kang (TSK) fuzzy model. The compensatory-based fuzzy reasoning method uses adaptive fuzzy operations of(More)
In this paper, an entropy-based quantum neuro-fuzzy inference system (EQNFIS) for classification applications is proposed. The EQNFIS model is a five-layer structure, which combines the traditional Takagi-Sugeno-Kang (TSK). Layer 2 of the EQNFIS model contains quantum membership functions, which are multilevel activation functions. Each quantum membership(More)