Péter Baranyi

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The concept of fuzzy rule interpolation in sparse rule bases was introduced in 1993. It has become a widely researched topic in recent years because of its unique merits in the topic of fuzzy rule base complexity reduction. The first implemented technique of fuzzy rule interpolation was termed as -cut distance based fuzzy rule base interpolation. Despite(More)
This paper introduces a singular value-based method for reducing a given fuzzy rule set. The method conducts singular value decomposition of the rule consequents and generates certain linear combinations of the original membership functions to form new ones for the reduced set. The present work characterizes membership functions by the conditions of sum(More)
The first published result in fuzzy rule interpolation was the α-cut based fuzzy rule interpolation, termed as KH fuzzy rule interpolation, originally devoted for complexity reduction. Some deficiencies of this method was presented later, such as subnormal conclusion for certain configuration of the involved fuzzy sets. However, since that several(More)
This technical report summarises the use of SVD based reduction for applications using generalised rational form. Some practical formulas are also introduced for using piece-wise linear antecedent sets. Fuzzy algorithms form popular engineering tool to large complex systems. For large rule bases exceeding direct operation capacity an extended algorithm is(More)
In recent years, considerable amount of research has been dedicated to the integration of artificial cognitive functionalities into informatics. With the immense growth in volume of cognitive content handled by both artificial and natural cognitive systems, the scientific treatment of new and efficient communication forms between such cognitive systems is(More)
The main objective of the paper is to study the recently proposed tensor product distributed compensation (TPDC) based design framework in the case of observer and controller design. The TPDC links the TP model transformation and the parallel distributed compensation (PDC) framework. The study is conducted trough the output feedback control design of the(More)