Board for fuzzy logic control?

Hi!

Im new to Arduino...Id like to know which board is suitable for implementation of Fuzzy Logic control?

The board will be used to control 2 bidirectional DC-DC converters.

Regards
Emmanuel

Sure. That's all in the programming.

But at its "core" a digital device is not "fuzzy", it's deterministic. You can use analog-to-digital converters, digital-to-analog converters, and you can add noise or approximate randomness, make a "learning" device, etc., depending on what you are trying to accomplish.

To me, fuzzy sort-of implies unpredictable. That's a good thing if you are making a gambling machine...

The board will be used to control 2 bidirectional DC-DC converters.

What do you mean "control"? Adjust the voltage? Control the direction?

How does fuzzy logic fit into this?

P.S.
What's a bi-directional DC-DC converter? Where is it typically used?

Hi

Thank you for the message, by "control" i mean the logic, it is used regulate voltage and control the direction of power flow.

I intend to use fuzzy logic for controlling power into and out of a supercapacitor energy storage system, it will also take care of the voltage regulation and other parameters.

Even though the device might be "deterministic", there will be a suitable controller....from the large range of arduino boards.... which can be used with fuzzy algorithms right? Id like to know which one ?

Emmanuel

Bidirectional dc-dc converter = a dc-dc converter is used to step-up and step down dc voltage just like a transformer in AC, we can also get variable dc voltage output.

"Bi-directional", meaning power flow in this particular case is possible from source to load and also reverse.........

Emmanuel

search effl.

iuse fuzzy altho i name it expert control.
and yes it is a better as pid.

#include <FuzzyRule.h>
#include <FuzzyComposition.h>
#include <Fuzzy.h>
#include <FuzzyRuleConsequent.h>
#include <FuzzyOutput.h>
#include <FuzzyInput.h>
#include <FuzzyIO.h>
#include <FuzzySet.h>
#include <FuzzyRuleAntecedent.h>

// Instanciando um objeto da biblioteca
Fuzzy* fuzzy = new Fuzzy();

FuzzySet* close = new FuzzySet(0, 20, 20, 40);
FuzzySet* safe = new FuzzySet(30, 50, 50, 70);
FuzzySet* distante = new FuzzySet(60, 80, 100, 100);

FuzzySet* stoped = new FuzzySet(0, 0, 0, 0);
FuzzySet* slow = new FuzzySet(1, 10, 10, 20);
FuzzySet* normal = new FuzzySet(15, 30, 30, 50);
FuzzySet* quick = new FuzzySet(45, 60, 70, 70);

FuzzySet* cold = new FuzzySet(-30, -30, -20, -10);
FuzzySet* good = new FuzzySet(-15, 0, 0, 15);
FuzzySet* hot = new FuzzySet(10, 20, 30, 30);

void setup(){
Serial.begin(9600);

// FuzzyInput
FuzzyInput* distance = new FuzzyInput(1);

// FuzzyInput
FuzzyInput* inputSpeed = new FuzzyInput(2);

// FuzzyInput
FuzzyInput* temperature = new FuzzyInput(3);

// FuzzyOutput
FuzzyOutput* risk = new FuzzyOutput(1);

FuzzySet* minimum = new FuzzySet(0, 20, 20, 40);
FuzzySet* average = new FuzzySet(30, 50, 50, 70);
FuzzySet* maximum = new FuzzySet(60, 80, 80, 100);

// FuzzyOutput
// adicionando speed como output também
FuzzyOutput* outputSpeed = new FuzzyOutput(2);

FuzzySet* stopedOut = new FuzzySet(0, 0, 0, 0);
FuzzySet* slowOut = new FuzzySet(1, 10, 10, 20);
FuzzySet* normalOut = new FuzzySet(15, 30, 30, 50);
FuzzySet* quickOut = new FuzzySet(45, 60, 70, 70);

// Building FuzzyRule
FuzzyRuleAntecedent* distanceCloseAndSpeedQuick = new FuzzyRuleAntecedent();
distanceCloseAndSpeedQuick->joinWithAND(close, quick);
FuzzyRuleAntecedent* temperatureCold = new FuzzyRuleAntecedent();
temperatureCold->joinSingle(cold);
FuzzyRuleAntecedent* ifDistanceCloseAndSpeedQuickOrTemperatureCold = new FuzzyRuleAntecedent();
ifDistanceCloseAndSpeedQuickOrTemperatureCold->joinWithOR(distanceCloseAndSpeedQuick, temperatureCold);

FuzzyRuleConsequent* thenRisMaximumAndSpeedSlow = new FuzzyRuleConsequent();

FuzzyRule* fuzzyRule1 = new FuzzyRule(1, ifDistanceCloseAndSpeedQuickOrTemperatureCold, thenRisMaximumAndSpeedSlow);

// Building FuzzyRule
FuzzyRuleAntecedent* distanceSafeAndSpeedNormal = new FuzzyRuleAntecedent();
distanceSafeAndSpeedNormal->joinWithAND(safe, normal);
FuzzyRuleAntecedent* ifDistanceSafeAndSpeedNormalOrTemperatureGood = new FuzzyRuleAntecedent();
ifDistanceSafeAndSpeedNormalOrTemperatureGood->joinWithOR(distanceSafeAndSpeedNormal, good);

FuzzyRuleConsequent* thenRiskAverageAndSpeedNormal = new FuzzyRuleConsequent();

FuzzyRule* fuzzyRule2 = new FuzzyRule(2, ifDistanceSafeAndSpeedNormalOrTemperatureGood, thenRiskAverageAndSpeedNormal);

// Building FuzzyRule
FuzzyRuleAntecedent* distanceDistanteAndSpeedSlow = new FuzzyRuleAntecedent();
distanceDistanteAndSpeedSlow->joinWithAND(distante, slow);
FuzzyRuleAntecedent* ifDistanceDistanteAndSpeedSlowOrTemperatureHot = new FuzzyRuleAntecedent();
ifDistanceDistanteAndSpeedSlowOrTemperatureHot->joinWithOR(distanceDistanteAndSpeedSlow, hot);

FuzzyRuleConsequent* thenRiskMinimumSpeedQuick = new FuzzyRuleConsequent();

FuzzyRule* fuzzyRule3 = new FuzzyRule(3, ifDistanceDistanteAndSpeedSlowOrTemperatureHot, thenRiskMinimumSpeedQuick);
}

void loop(){
fuzzy->setInput(1, 10);
fuzzy->setInput(2, 30);
fuzzy->setInput(3, -15);

fuzzy->fuzzify();

Serial.print("Distancia: “);
Serial.print(close->getPertinence());
Serial.print(”, “);
Serial.print(safe->getPertinence());
Serial.print(”, ");
Serial.println(distante->getPertinence());

Serial.print(stoped->getPertinence());
Serial.print(”, “);
Serial.print(slow->getPertinence());
Serial.print(”, “);
Serial.print(normal->getPertinence());
Serial.print(”, ");
Serial.println(quick->getPertinence());

Serial.print("Temperatura: “);
Serial.print(cold->getPertinence());
Serial.print(”, “);
Serial.print(good->getPertinence());
Serial.print(”, ");
Serial.println(hot->getPertinence());

float output1 = fuzzy->defuzzify(1);
float output2 = fuzzy->defuzzify(2);

Serial.print("Saida risco: “);
Serial.print(output1);
Serial.println(output2);

delay(100000);
}

witthawas:
#include <FuzzyRule.h>

[snip]

That’s great and all - but maybe a link to the library would help, too:

What does getPertinence means?

As your code appears to be computationally dense, you will want a fast microprocessor. Lately I have been using SAMD21 M0 boards for my projects. I especially like Adafruit’s Trinket M0, but it may not have enought IO broken out for your application.

Hi,
Is this associated with this thread?

Fuzzy that!!!

Tom...