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In this paper we investigate the fuzzy identification of brain-code during simple gripping-force control tasks. Since the synchronized oscillatory activity and the phase dynamics between the brain areas are two important mechanisms in the brain's function and information transfer, we decided to examine whether it is possible to extract the encoded(More)
—This paper presents the solving of the petrol sales volume estimation problem given by the Task Force on Competitions , Fuzzy Systems Technical Committee IEEE Computational Intelligence Society. The solution using eTS, SAFIS and eFuMo method is presented. The results are compared to linear ARX model identified using RLS method. Results using static and(More)
In this paper an approach to a study of multivariable system control is presented, where special attention is devoted to the implemented remote experiment. It has been realized through an e-learning environment, based on the ECHO , Matlab, PHP software and a MySQL database. The e-management system ECHO has been developed at the Faculty of Electrical(More)
The exact mechanism of information transfer between different brain regions is still not known. The theory of binding tries to explain how different aspects of perception or motor action combine in the brain to form a unitary experience. The theory presumes that there is no specific center in the brain that would gather the information from all the other(More)
  • Dejan Dovžan, Vito Logar, Nadja Hvala, Igoř Skrjanc
  • 2011
In this paper, monitoring and sensor fault detection in a waste-water treatment process are discussed. Monitoring is based on the Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy model of a plant process obtained by using Gustafson-Kessel fuzzy clustering algorithm.The paper also explains the principle of the Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy model. The main idea is to cope with the non-linearity of(More)
BACKGROUND The subject of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) represents a vast and still mainly undiscovered land, but perhaps the most interesting part of BCIs is trying to understand the information exchange and coding in the brain itself. According to some recent reports, the phase characteristics of the signals play an important role in the information(More)
Numerous reports have shown that performing working-memory tasks causes an elevated rhythmic coupling in different areas of the brain; it has been suggested that this indicates information exchange. Since the information exchanged is encoded in brain waves and measurable by electroencephalography (EEG) it is reasonable to assume that it can be extracted(More)
—Increasing demands on effluent quality and loads call for an improved control, monitoring, and fault detection of waste-water treatment plants (WWTPs). Improved control and optimization of WWTP lead to increased pollutant removal, a reduced need for chemicals as well as energy savings. An important step toward the optimal functioning of a WWTP is to(More)