Solar tracking system with fuzzy reasoning applied to crisp sets

@inproceedings{Louchene2007SolarTS,
  title={Solar tracking system with fuzzy reasoning applied to crisp sets},
  author={A. Louchene and Abdelaziz Chaghi},
  year={2007}
}
In this paper, a low cost and an easy to implement solar tracker system is presented. The design of the system is based on the fuzzy reasoning applied to crisp sets. In this case, it can be easily implemented on general purpose microprocessor systems. Four light sensitive devices, such as LDR, photodiodes or phototransistors are mounted on the solar panel and placed in an enclosure. The four light detectors are screened from each other by opaque surfaces. Each pair of the light sensors is used… CONTINUE READING

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