Shu-Mei Guo

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  • Shu-Mei Guo, Leang San, Shieh, Guanrong Chen, Ching-Fang Lin
  • 2000
—It has been widely experienced that tracking (targeting) a periodic orbit embedded within a chaotic attractor often encounters an essential issue of numerical sensitivity. In this paper, we develop an effective digital tracker for continuous-time chaotic orbit tracking, which is insensitive to numerical errors. The design is based on some advanced digital(More)
In this paper, the observer-based iterative learning control with/without evolutionary programming algorithm is proposed for MIMO nonlinear systems. While the learning gain involves some unmeasurable states, this paper proposes the observer-based iterative learning control (ILC) for nonlinear systems and guarantees the tracking error convergences to zero(More)
In this paper, we propose a Genetic-based Fuzzy Image Filter (GFIF) to remove additive identical independent distribution (i.i.d.) impulse noise from highly corrupted images. The proposed filter consists of a fuzzy number construction process, a fuzz filtering process, a genetic learning process, and an image knowledge base. First, the fuzzy number(More)
In this paper, we develop and apply some digital design and redesign techniques for ordering the chaotic Chua's circuit. The idea of using sampled-data feedback for controlling the circuit was previously suggested [Yang & Chua, 1998], which relies on small sampling periods. We show how this sampled-data feedback control method can be significantly improved,(More)
—Based on the modified state-space self-tuning control (STC), a novel low-order tuner via the modified observer/Kalman filter identification (OKID) is proposed for stochastic fractional-order chaotic systems. The OKID method is a time-domain technique that identifies a discrete input-output map by using known input-output sampled data in the general(More)
The effects of resveratrol on the discharges of neurons in rat subfornical organ (SFO) slices were examined by using extracellular recording technique. The results are as follows: (1) In response to the application of resveratrol (1, 5, 10 mumol/L, n=65) into the superfusate for 2 min, the spontaneous discharge rate of 60/65 (92.3%) neurons was(More)
The effects of resveratrol on the discharges of neurons in CA1 area of rat hippocampal slices were examined by using extracellular recording technique. The results are as follows: (1) In response to the application of resveratrol (0.05, 0.5, 5.0 micromol/L, n=52) into the superfusate for 2 min, the spontaneous discharge rate of 46/52 (88.5%) neurons was(More)