Movement Control of Robot using Fuzzy PID Algorithm

  title={Movement Control of Robot using Fuzzy PID Algorithm},
  author={R. R. Bambulkar and G. Phadke and S. Salunkhe},
Fuzzy Logic is a investigative control system method that contributes to performance in systems. It covers almost every electronic circuit, very large computer networks, process automation to household gadgets. It can be used very effectively to develop a better hardware and software combination. Fuzzy logic provides us the flexibility to jump to an unambiguous result to a blurred input. Its approach enables us to emboss human like thinking which is in certain cases based upon a blurred input… Expand
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