Fuzzy logic is prominent among all types of logics due to the inherent ability to express human intelligence qualitatively. Thus, it is being used in a variety of applications to design embedded intelligent systems. Although it originated to model the complex and ill-defined systems, it eventually also resulted in utilization for designing the intelligent controllers. While designing the fuzzy logic controllers (FLC), we came across a major challenge of selecting the various elements thereof. The flexibility in selecting the combinations of elements leads to arrive at a number of FLCs. Therefore, the challenge came across in selecting the suitable set of FLCs and the best set of FLCs among them for a specific application. This article addresses and explains the way of computing such a number of possible FLCs.
Patel, Ambalal Vinayak
"Counting the number of possible fuzzy controllers,"
Manipal Journal of Science and Technology: Vol. 4:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://impressions.manipal.edu/mjst/vol4/iss2/5