Published in Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: San Diego, CA, Volume 3, October 11, 1998, pages 2320-2325.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/ICSMC.1998.725002.
Common uses of fuzzy logic control today are found in relatively simple applications in products. These applications only scratch the surface of the potential of fuzzy logic control in complex mechatronic systems. In order to demonstrate the utility of fuzzy logic in complex device control, a fuzzy logic fly-by-wire system has been developed for a model airplane. The model airplane is a complex system of several critical inputs that require rapid processing and action in order to maintain flight stability. In addition, payload and power constraints severely limit the size, weight and processing power of the hardware to be carried on board the craft. This challenging set of needs and constraints make the model airplane an ideal platform to investigate the potential of incorporating fuzzy logic in a complex mechatronic device
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