"FLEXFIS: A Robust Incremental Learning Approach for Evolving TS Fuzzy Models"
, in IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, Vol. 16, Nummer 6, IEEE press, Seite(n) 1393-1410, 2008, ISSN: 1941-0034
FLEXFIS: A Robust Incremental Learning Approach for Evolving TS Fuzzy Models
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In this paper we introduce a new algorithm for incremental
learning of a specific form of Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy systems
proposed by Wang and Mendel. The new
data-driven online learning approach includes not only adaptation of linear parameters appearing in the rule consequents, but also incremental learning of premise parameters appearing in the membership functions (fuzzy sets) together with a rule learning strategy in sample mode. A modified version of vector quantization is exploited for rule evolution and an incremental learning of the
rules' premise parts. The modifications include an automatic
generation of new clusters based on the nature, distribution and quality of new data and an alternative strategy for selecting the winning cluster (rule) in each incremental learning step. Antecedent and consequent learning are connected in a stable manner, meaning that a convergence towards the optimal parameter set in the least squares sense can be achieved. An evaluation and comparison to conventional batch methods based on static and
dynamic process models are presented for high-dimensional data recorded at engine test benches and at rolling mills. For the later the obtained data-driven fuzzy models are even compared with an analytical physical model. Furthermore, a comparison with other
evolving fuzzy systems approaches is carried out based on
non-linear dynamic system identification tasks and a three-input non-linear function approximation example.