Designing the 6-DOF Massive Parallel Arrays with Artificial Intelligence Control

Pasila, Felix and Alimin, Roche Designing the 6-DOF Massive Parallel Arrays with Artificial Intelligence Control. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences . ISSN 1991-8178

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    Binary-Discrete State Manipulators (b-DSMs) are force regulated manipulators that undergo continuous motions despite being commanded through a finite number of states only. Designing a real-time control of such systems requires fast and efficient methods for solving their inverse static analysis (ISA), which is a challenging problem of this paper. In particular, an artificial intelligence method based on neuro-fuzzy method is proposed to investigate the on-line computation and the generalization error of ISA problem of a class of b-DSMs featuring two-state force actuators and six degree of freedom. The main advantages of a neuro-fuzzy system for b-DSMs are: it interprets IF-THEN rules from input-output relations (orientation, moment and binary state) and focuses on accuracy of the output network and offers efficient time consumption for on-line computation. The paper proposed two architectures which are based on the Neuro-Fuzzy Takagi-Sugeno (NFTS) inference scheme with Gaussian membership functions. They are NFTS and the Look-Up Table version of NFTS, which is called as NFLUT . Both structures are with multivariate input and multi-state outputs, such as orientations and moments as input networks and binary state of the b-DSMs as output networks. The learning procedure uses an accelerated LMA with optimal training parameters with at least half-million iterations with different 10 membership functions, employ 12% of the input-output correspondences from the known input-output dataset. For experimental database,the NF structure is tested using 1024 dataset. The optimized membership function (N) after two weeks searching time using Hill Climbing (HC)procedure is N = 17 for the 10-binary Massive Parallel Robots (MPRs). Regarding model performances for the ISA solution, the NFLUT features better generalization ability compared to the NFTS model but requires a rather larger computational time during on-line testing phase.

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering
    Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology > Electrical Engineering Department
    Depositing User: Felix Pasila
    Date Deposited: 05 Aug 2014 09:51
    Last Modified: 05 Aug 2014 09:51
    URI: http://repository.petra.ac.id/id/eprint/16583

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