Fuzzy Observers

@inproceedings{Bergsten2001FuzzyO,
  title={Fuzzy Observers},
  author={Pontus Bergsten and Rainer Palm and Dimiter Driankov},
  booktitle={FUZZ-IEEE},
  year={2001}
}
AbstmctWe consider the analysis and design of three different types of nonlinear observers for dynamic TakagiSugeno fuzzy systems. Our approach is based on extending existing nonlinear observer schemes, namely ThauLuenberger and sliding mode observers, to the case of interpolated multiple local &ne linear models. Then linear matrix inequality based techniques are used for observer analysis and design. 
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