Miguel Almonacid Kroeger

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—This paper proposes a novel application of the Stewart–Gough parallel platform as a climbing robot and its kine-matics control to climb through long structures describing unknown spatial trajectories, such as palm trunks, tubes, etc. First, the description and design of the climbing parallel robot is presented. Second, the inverse and forward kinematics(More)
The temporal character of the input is, generally, not taken into account in the neural models. This paper presents an extension of the FasArt model focused on the treatment of temporal signals. FasArt model is proposed as an integration of the characteristic elements of the Fuzzy System Theory in an ART architecture. A duality between the activation(More)
The arriving order of data is one of the intrinsic properties of a signal. Therefore, techniques dealing with this temporal relation are required for identification and signal processing tasks. To perform a classification of the signal according with its temporal characteristics, it would be useful to find a feature vector in which the temporal attributes(More)
Most of the industrial controllers have some kind of performance problem. This feature is becoming more difficult to supervise and assess because of the increasing number of control loops of the processes. A new method for monitoring and performance assessment by using a neuro-fuzzy architecture is proposed. This method is based on the dFasArt model, which(More)
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