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Adaptive Network Based Fuzzy Inference System (Anfis) Modeling For Super Heated Steam Temperature Control Process

  title={Adaptive Network Based Fuzzy Inference System (Anfis) Modeling For Super Heated Steam Temperature Control Process},
  author={Subhash Gupta and L. Rajaji and Sarah Kalika},
  journal={International journal of engineering research and technology},
In this paper the procedure to identify an ANFIS model from real time data is explained. The input selection of candidates was done by sequential and exhaustive searches. The performance of the models obtained based on these two input selection searches is presented. For the dataset, the sequential search performs better than the exhaustive in modeling the process. ANFIS uses a hybrid learning algorithm to identify parameters and is applied to a combination of the least squares method and the… 

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