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Issue 15, July-December 2009 p. 1-18

**Neuro-Fuzzy DC Motor Speed Control Using Particle Swarm Optimization
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Boumediene ALLAOUA*, Abdellah LAOUFI, Brahim GASBAOUI, and Abdessalam ABDERRAHMANI

Department of Electrical Engineering, Bechar University, B.P 417 BECHAR (08000) Algeria

**E-mails: elec_allaoua2bf@yahoo.fr, brahim_gasb@yahoo.com, laoufi_ab@yahoo.fr, abderrahmani@yahoo.fr
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Corresponding author: elec_allaoua2bf@yahoo.fr

Abstract This paper presents an application of Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS) control for DC motor speed optimized with swarm collective intelligence. First, the controller is designed according to Fuzzy rules such that the systems are fundamentally robust. Secondly, an adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy controller of the DC motor speed is then designed and simulated; the ANFIS has the advantage of expert knowledge of the Fuzzy inference system and the learning capability of neural networks. Finally, the ANFIS is optimized by Swarm Intelligence. Digital simulation results demonstrate that the deigned ANFIS-Swarm speed controller realize a good dynamic behavior of the DC motor, a perfect speed tracking with no overshoot, give better performance and high robustness than those obtained by the ANFIS alone. Keywords DC Motor speed control; Neuro-Fuzzy controller; Swarm collective intelligence; ANFIS controller using PSO.

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Fuzzy-Genetic Algorithm. combines the concepts of fuzzy logic and neural networks to form a hybrid intelligent system that enhances the ability to automatically learn and adapt. FuzzyAnts Colony. The basic idea behind these neuro-adaptive learning techniques is to provide a method for the fuzzy modeling procedure to learn information about a data set. Brahim GASBAOUI and Abdessalam ABDERRAHMANI Introduction In spite of the development of power electronics resources. Fuzzy-Swarm. or the combination between them: Fuzzy-Neural Networks. The membership function parameters are tuned using a combination of least squares estimation and back-propagation algorithm for membership function parameter estimation. The controllers of the speed that are conceived for goal to control the speed of DC motor to execute one variety of tasks. 2]. These parameters associated with the membership functions will change through the learning process similar to that of a neural network. Nowadays their uses isn’t limited in the car applications (electrics vehicle). Their adjustment is facilitated by a gradient vector. This allows the fuzzy system to learn from the data it is modeling. in applications of weak power using battery system (motor of toy) or for the electric traction in the multi-machine systems too. the direct current machine became more and more useful. Once the gradient vector is obtained. in order to automatically compute the membership function parameters that best allow the associated FIS to track the given input/output data. It searches a space by 2 .Neuro-Fuzzy DC Motor Speed Control Using Particle Swarm Optimization Boumediene ALLAOUA. Fuzzy Logic Controller. Hybrid systems have been used by researchers for modeling and predictions in various engineering systems. which provides a measure of how well the FIS is modeling the input/output data for a given set of parameters. Abdellah LAOUFI. The Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS). is of several conventional and numeric controller types. The PSO (particle swarm optimization) algorithm used to get the optimal values and parameters of our ANFIS is based on a metaphor of social interaction. any of several optimization routines could be applied in order to adjust the parameters so as to reduce error between the actual and desired outputs. the controllers can be: PID Controller. The approach has the advantage over the pure fuzzy paradigm that the need for the human operator to tune the system by adjusting the bounds of the membership functions is removed. The speed of DC motor can be adjusted to a great extent as to provide controllability easy and high performance [1. developed in the early 90s by Jang [3].

The simplest of these is called PSO. The DC motor is driven by applied voltage. 1-18 adjusting the trajectories of individual vectors. By means of various combinations of shunt-. The individual particles are drawn stochastically towards the positions of their own previous best performances and the best previous performance of their neighbors. The characteristic equations of the DC motor are represented as: 3 . The best range and shapes of member ships functions obtained with ANFIS are adjusted again using PSO. Their generalized particle swarm model allows an infinite number of ways in which the balance between exploration and convergence can be controlled. two notable improvements have been introduced on the initial PSO which attempt to strike a balance between two conditions. called ‘particles’. The second version introduced by Clerc and Kennedy [5] involves a ‘constriction factor’ in which the entire right side of the formula is weighted by a coefficient. In this paper.Leonardo Electronic Journal of Practices and Technologies ISSN 1583-1078 Issue 15. July-December 2009 p. The first one introduced by Shi and Eberhart [4] uses an extra ‘inertia weight’ term which is used to scale down the velocity of each particle and this term is typically decreased linearly throughout a run. 7]. Figure 1 show the equivalent circuit of DC motor with separate excitation. Model of DC motor DC machines are characterized by their versatility. Since its inception. the separated excitation DC motor model is chosen according to his good electrical and mechanical performances more than other DC motor models. series-. as they are conceptualized as moving as points in multidimensional space. Because of the ease with which they can be controlled systems of DC machines have been frequently used in many applications requiring a wide range of motor speeds and a precise output motor control [6. PSO algorithms are applied to search the globally optimal parameters of ANFIS controller. This proposes an application of ANFIS-Swarm. Simulation results are given to show the effectiveness of ANFIS-Swarm controller. and separately-excited field windings they can be designed to display a wide variety of volt-ampere or speed-torque characteristics for both dynamic and steady-state operation.

Model of the DC Motor in Simulink 4 . Excitation voltage and Induced voltage Excitation Resistance and Induced Resistance.4 (R2007a) in Simulink version 6.w r .6. (3) previous.i ind + ⎜ ⎟+⎜ ⎟.Lindand Lindex J Cr fc Designations Excitation current and Induced current.Vind ⎟ ⎜ L ⎜ L ⎟ dt ind ⎠ ⎝ ind ⎠ ⎝ ind ⎠ ⎝ d ⎛L ⎞ ⎛ − Cr ⎞ ⎛ − fc ⎞ w r = ⎜ index ⎟. (2).w r dt ⎝ J ⎠ ⎝ J ⎠ ⎝ J ⎠ Symbols. 1 Vind 1/Lind 1 s Rind Lindex 1/Lind 1 s 240 Vex 1/Lex Rex 1/Lex 1 Wr 1 s fc Lindex Cr 1/J Figure 1.i ex . Couple resisting. Units [A] [Rad/Sec] [Volt] [Ω] [mH] (1) (2) (3) [Kg.m. Abdellah LAOUFI. The model of the DC motor in Simulink is shown in Figure 1. The various parameters of the DC motor are shown in Table 1.Sec/Rad] From the state equations (1).i ex + ⎜ iind = ⎜ − ind ⎟. Excitation Inductance Induced Inductance and Mutual Inductance.i ind + ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ L ⎟. can construct the model with the environment MATLAB 7. Brahim GASBAOUI and Abdessalam ABDERRAHMANI ⎛ R ⎞ ⎛ 1 ⎞ d i ex = ⎜ − ex ⎟. Coefficient of Friction.Vex ⎟ dt ex ⎠ ⎝ ⎝ ex ⎠ ⎛ 1 ⎞ ⎛ − Lindex ⎞ ⎛ R ⎞ d ⎟.m] [N. Moment of Inertia.m2] [N.Neuro-Fuzzy DC Motor Speed Control Using Particle Swarm Optimization Boumediene ALLAOUA. Rotational speed of the DC Motor.iex + ⎜ ⎜ L ⎟ ⎜ L ⎟. Designations and Units: Symbols iexandiend wr VexandVind RexandRind Lex.

8[mH] 2 Rex=240[Ω] J =1[Kg. For simplicity. and built-in optimal and adaptive techniques. Corresponding ANFIS Architecture 5 . whereas a square indicates an adaptive node.2[N. the ANFIS consists of five layers [8]: Figure 2.012[mH] Vind=240[V] Lindex=1. a common rule set with two fuzzy if–then rules can be expressed as: Rule 1: if x is A1 and y is B1 . then z 2 = p 2 x + q 2 y + r2 (4) where Ai and Bi are the fuzzy sets in the antecedent. and pi. the Sugeno fuzzy model is the most widely applied one for its high interpretability and computational efficiency. Parameters of the DC Motor Vex=240[V] Lind=0. 1-18 Table 1.m ] Rind=0. qi and ri are the design parameters that are determined during the training process. y and one output z. As in Figure 2. then z 1 = p 1 x + q 1 y + r1 Rule 2: if x is A2 and y is B2 . July-December 2009 p.Leonardo Electronic Journal of Practices and Technologies ISSN 1583-1078 Issue 15. Among many FIS models.m] Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy MODE Speed Controller Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy principle A typical architecture of an ANFIS is shown in Figure 2.6[Ω] Cr =29. For a first order Sugeno fuzzy model. in which a circle indicates a fixed node. we consider two inputs x.

Neuro-Fuzzy DC Motor Speed Control Using Particle Swarm Optimization Boumediene ALLAOUA. i = 1. Brahim GASBAOUI and Abdessalam ABDERRAHMANI Layer 1: Every node i in the first layer employ a node function given by: Oi1 = µAi(x). respectively. 2 w1 + w 2 (7) wi is referred to as the normalized firing strengths. ri} is the parameter set. 10]: z = ( w 1 x ) p 1 + ( w 1 y ) q 1 + ( w 1 ) r1 + ( w 2 x ) p 2 + ( w 2 y ) q 2 + ( w 2 ) r2 __ __ __ __ __ (10) Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy controller The ANFIS controller generates change in the reference voltage Vref. Layer 5: The single node in this layer computes the overall output as the summation of all incoming signals. Abdellah LAOUFI.ω)]/dt where ωref and ω are the reference and the actual speeds. i = 1. 4 where µAi and µBi can adopt any fuzzy membership function (MF).µ B i ( y ).ω de = [d(ωref . 2 Oi1 = µBi=2(y). The parameters in this layer are referred to as the consequent parameters. which is expressed as: O5 = i ∑ __ 2 i =1 w i zi = __ w 1z 1 + w 2 z 2 w1 + w 2 (9) The output z in Fig. qi. (5) Layer 2: Every node in this layer calculates the firing strength of a rule via multiplication: O i2 = w i = µ A i ( x ). every node i has the following function: O i4 = w i z i = w i ( p i x + q i y + ri ) i = 1. 2 where __ __ __ (8) wi is the output of layer 3. i = 1. 2 (6) Layer 3: The i-th node in this layer calculates the ratio of the i-th rule’s firing strength to the sum of ail rules firing strengths: O3 = wi = i where __ __ wi . (11) (12) 6 . i = 3. based on speed error e and derivate in the speed error de defined as: e = ωref . Layer 4: In this layer. and { pi. 3 can be rewritten as [9.

⎩ e ≤ ai ai ≤ e ≤ bi bi ≤ e ≤ ci ci ≤ e (14) Layer 2: The total number of rule is 25 in this layer. bi and ci of the premise parameters and pi. Training algorithm requires a training set defined between 7 . ⎪ ci − bi ⎪ 0. Each node output represents the activation level of a rule: O 1 = w 1 = min( µ A i ( e ). 5. the node function is a triangular membership function: 0.i =1. de) consequent.…. qi. 5 i total of all activation level: O3 = wi = i __ (15) Layer 3: Fixed node i in this layer calculate the ratio of the i-th rule's activation level to the w ∑ n w (16) j j=1 Layer 4: Adaptive node i in this layer calculate the contribution of i-th rule towards the overall output. 1-18 In this study first order Sugeno type fuzzy inference was used for ANFIS and the typical fuzzy rule is: if e is Ai and de is Bi then z = f(e.Leonardo Electronic Journal of Practices and Technologies ISSN 1583-1078 Issue 15. and ri of the consequent parameters. …. ⎧ ⎪ e − ai . In this paper. µ B i ( e )) . The significances of ANFIS structure are: (13) where Ai and Bi are fuzzy sets in the antecedent and z = f(e. July-December 2009 p. with the following node function: O i4 = w i z i = w i ( p i e + q i de + ri ) __ __ (17) Layer 5: The single fixed node in this layer computes the overall output as the summation of contribution from each rule: O5 = i ∑ 2 i =1 w i zi = __ w 1z 1 + w 2 z 2 w1 + w 2 (18) The parameters to be trained are ai. de) is a crisp function in the Layer 1: Each adaptive node in this layer generates the membership grades for the input vectors Ai. i =1. ⎪ ⎪ bi − ai 1 O i = µ Ai (e) = ⎨ c −e ⎪ i .

06 input1(e) Figure 3. Abdellah LAOUFI.06 0.05 0. Brahim GASBAOUI and Abdessalam ABDERRAHMANI inputs and output [3].a. Figure 3. Figure 3. Surface plot showing relationship between input and output parameters 8 . the input and output pattern set have 150 rows.a shows optimized membership function for e and de after trained.c shows The ANFIS model structure.01 0. Although. Figure 3.b. Membership functions for e and de after trained 4000 3000 output(u) 2000 1000 0 0.03 0.02 0.Neuro-Fuzzy DC Motor Speed Control Using Particle Swarm Optimization Boumediene ALLAOUA.04 0.b shows Surface plot showing relationship between input and output parameters after trained.08 0.02 0 input2(de) 0. Figure 3.04 0.

1-18 Figure 3.Leonardo Electronic Journal of Practices and Technologies ISSN 1583-1078 Issue 15. respectively.7×10 and 5. Some of the attractive features of PSO include the ease of implementation and the fact that no gradient information is required. It is clear from (14) that the triangular MF is specified by two parameters.3×10-6 respectively. The triangular MF is used for two input variables. July-December 2009 p. In a PSO system. It can be used to solve a wide array of different optimization problems. Like evolutionary algorithms. corresponding to individuals. 12]. of which 20 (5×2 + 5×2 = 20) are the premise parameters and 75 (3×25 = 75) are the consequent parameters. particles change their 9 . Each particle represents a candidate solution to the problem at hand. -6 Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) PSO is a population-based optimization method first proposed by Eberhart and Colleagues [11. the ANFIS used here contains a total of 95 fitting parameters. The training and testing root mean square (RMS) errors obtained from the ANFIS are 4. PSO technique conducts search using a population of particles.c. The number of MFs for the input variables e and de is 5 and 5. Therefore. The number of rules is then 25 (5×5 = 25). The ANFIS model structure The number of epochs was 100 for training.

Vk+1: modified velocity. Instead. but it differs from other well-known evolutionary computation algorithms such as the genetic algorithms. Vk: current velocity. Concept of modification of a searching point by PSO The PSO technique is an evolutionary computation technique. In the PSO algorithm. Although a population is used for searching the search space. each companion. each particle is treated as a point in a d-dimensional space. Abdellah LAOUFI. which is called swarm. to manipulate algorithms. which adjusts its own ‘flying’ according to its flying experience as well as the flying experience of other particles (companions). in PSO. a flock of particles are put into the d-dimensional search space 10 . at the current time step. there are no operators inspired by the human DNA procedures applied on the population. such regions possess lower function values than other. and the best position found in the search space so far. In this context. is assumed to ‘fly’ over the search space in order to find promising regions of the landscape. a record is kept of the position. Brahim GASBAOUI and Abdessalam ABDERRAHMANI positions by flying around in a multidimensional search space until computational limitations are exceeded. in the population. visited previously. the population dynamics simulates a ‘bird flock’s’ behavior. velocity. called particle. Xk+ : modified position. VPbest: velocity based on Pbest. The assumption is a basic concept of PSO [12]. VGbest: velocity based on Gbest) Figure 4. for a dvariable optimization problem. instead of using evolutionary operators such as mutation and crossover. X ik +1 Vi k Vi k +1 X ik Vi Gbest Pbest i Gbest i Vi Pbest (Xk: current position. a particle is defined as a moving point in hyperspace. Thus. Concept of modification of a searching point by PSO is shown in Figure 4. In PSO. For example.Neuro-Fuzzy DC Motor Speed Control Using Particle Swarm Optimization Boumediene ALLAOUA. in the minimization case. where social sharing of information takes place and individuals can profit from the discoveries and previous experience of all the other companions during the search for food. For each particle.

n. the fitness value and the number of the generation determine whether the evolution procedure is stopped or not (Maximum iteration number reached?). The evolution procedure of PSO Algorithms is shown in Fig.2.1 . For example. After the fitness function is calculated. The best previous position of the i-th particle is recorded and represented as: Pbesti = (Pbesti. Pbesti = Best previous position of the i-th particle. Pbesti. t = Pointer of iterations ) (generations).vi. 5.xi. the i-th particle is represented as xi = (xi. gbest and pbest of particles give a new best position (best chromosome in our proposition). 1-18 with randomly chosen velocities and positions knowing their best values so far (Pbest) and the position in the d-dimensional space. vi. position. The fitness value is bigger. The update the velocity.d) in the d-dimensional space. Pbest i.m ) − x i(. The corresponding evaluation of a population is called the “fitness function”. calculate the Pbest of each particle and gbest of population (the best movement of all particles). July-December 2009 p.d to gbestd as shown in the following formulas [13]: + ) v i(.v i(.tm + v i(.2 . adjusted according to its own flying experience and the other particle’s flying experience. It is the performance index of a population.. rand() = Random number between 0 and 1. The velocity of each particle. d = dimension. 11 .d) (19) The index of best particle among all of the particles in the group is gbestd..…. e is the speed error and “MIN_offset” is a constant. The fitness function is defined as follow: PI = MIN _ offset − ∑ e (22) where PI is the fitness value. factor.d where: n = Number of particles in the group.….tm = Velocity of particle I at iteration t. m=1. The modified velocity and position of each particle can be calculated using the current velocity and the distance from Pbesti.2 . gbest = Best particle among all the particles in the population. c1..tm ) + c 2 * Rand () * ( gbest m ) − x i(.1 .Leonardo Electronic Journal of Practices and Technologies ISSN 1583-1078 Issue 15.tm + c 1 * rand () * ( Pbest i .d).2.…. The velocity for particle i is represented as vi = (vi.. The population is composed of the chromosomes that are real codes. x i(. xi. v i(.c2 = Acceleration constant.td) = Current position of particle i at iterations.1 . Producing initial populations is the first step of PSO. In the following.td) ≤ V dmax w = Inertia weight .tm1 ) i=1.…. and the performance is better.2 . V dmin ≤ v i(.tm1 ) = w .tm ) (20) (21) + ) + x i(.tm1) = x i(.

12 . de4. Brahim GASBAOUI and Abdessalam ABDERRAHMANI Start Generate Initial Populations Calculate parameters of ANFIS Controller (member ship functions. the chromosomes of the PSO algorithms contains two parts: the range of the membership functions (Ke and Kde) and the shape of the membership functions (e1~e5 and de1~de5). e4. de2. Abdellah LAOUFI. The evolution procedure of PSO Algorithms Optimal ANFIS Controller Design To design the optimal ANFIS controller. In this paper. e1. It gives the optimal output voltage. e3. Kde. The structure of the ANFIS controller with PSO algorithms is shown in Figure 6. the PSO algorithms are applied to find the globally optimal parameters of the ANFIS. de1. Table 2 lists the parameters of PSO algorithms used in this paper. position.Neuro-Fuzzy DC Motor Speed Control Using Particle Swarm Optimization Boumediene ALLAOUA. The genes in the chromosomes are defined as: [Ke. e2. gbest and pbest of particles No Maximum iteration number reached? Yes Stop Figure 5. e5. de3. de5] (23) Figure 7 shows the membership functions of the ANFIS controller with PSO Algorithms. Ke and Kde) Calculate the fitness function Calculate the Pbest of each particle and gbest of population Update the velocity. such that the steady-state error of the response is zero.

014 ~ 0. Membership function of ANFIS controller with PSO Table 2: Parameters of PSO Population Size Number of Iterations wmax wmin c1 = c2 Min-offset Ke and Kde e1 e2 e3 e4 e5 de1 de2 de3 de4 de5 50 100 0.0275] [0.01611 ~ 0. 1-18 PSO Algorithms Reference + Speed _ Ke ANFIS Kde DC Motor Output Speed Figure 6.Leonardo Electronic Journal of Practices and Technologies ISSN 1583-1078 Issue 15.043] [0.0045 ~ 0.067] [0.025 ~ 0.067] [-0.0565] [0.084] [0.01611 ~ 0.6 0.0275 ~ 0.5 200 [0. July-December 2009 p.1 1. ANFIS with PSO Algorithms structure Figure 7.043 ~ 0.0565 ~ 0.025 ~ 0.005] [0 ~ 0.014] [-0.015] [0 ~ 0.025] [0.084] 13 .

According to our MATLAB model simulation. Abdellah LAOUFI. In the present work. Let the command signal be a step for the speed of the DC motor at 127.004751. The speed response of the optimal ANFIS controller using PSO is shown in Fig 11. the optimal shape of the membership functions (ANFIS with PSO).005. 0.050601. The computer MATLAB simulation demonstrate that the ANFIS controller associated to the Swarm intelligence approach became very strong. After the primitive simulation process. the optimization of membership functions became very necessary. After that. it gives a very good results and possesses good robustness. the fuzzy logic controller is designed based on the expert experience. 0. Second. it’s important shown in the minimal rising time of speed response. the optimal fuzzy controller (ANFIS) is designed based on the PSO to search the optimal range of the membership functions.012420.065930. respectively. the overtaking value is zero in the three cases that means the FLC used is robust. 0. -0.006037. The performances of three controllers are listed in Table 3.005 and 0.031521. 0.00353. 0. Brahim GASBAOUI and Abdessalam ABDERRAHMANI Computer Simulation Three different controllers are designed for the computer simulation. (24) 0.052880. 0. 14 .004974. In the Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy (ANFIS) DC motor control. the optimal values of Ke and Kde in ANFIS are calculated as 0. 0. The speed response of FLC (Fuzzy Logic Controller) is shown in Fig 9.032000. The speed response of FLC using neural networks (ANFIS) is shown in Fig 10.017701. the fuzzy logic controller is designed based on the neural networks to find the optimal range of the membership functions (ANFIS). The best chromosomes in ANFIS with PSO are pursued as: [0. The rising time of DC motor speed step is less important in FLC using neural networks (ANFIS) compared with FLC alone and it’s have the minimal value in The ANFIS controller with PSO (ANFIS-Swarm). the intelligent controller based on ANFIS-Swarm optimization give a good agreement with the step reference speed. we illustrate that the steady state error equal zero in one case: ANFIS controller with PSO (ANFIS-Swarm). First. so the membership functions are adjusted in optimal values to give a steady state error speed value equal zero.01 second range time.93 Rad/Sec.Neuro-Fuzzy DC Motor Speed Control Using Particle Swarm Optimization Boumediene ALLAOUA. 0. 0.078040] The optimal membership functions ANFIS with PSO are shown in Figure 8. The simulation results are obtained for 0.

008 0.01 Figure 9. 1-18 Figure 8. The speed response of Fuzzy Logic Controller 15 .002 0.003 0.005 Time [Sec] 0.006 0. The optimal membership functions ANFIS with PSO 140 120 100 Speed Wr [Sec] 80 60 40 20 0 0 0.007 0.004 0.009 0. July-December 2009 p.Leonardo Electronic Journal of Practices and Technologies ISSN 1583-1078 Issue 15.001 0.

Brahim GASBAOUI and Abdessalam ABDERRAHMANI 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 Speed Wr [Rad/Sec] 0 0. The speed of a DC Motor drive is controlled by means of three different controllers. The major drawback of the fuzzy controller presents an insufficient analytical technique design (choice of the rules.01 Figure 10. That we chose with the use of the Neural Networks and Particle Swarm Optimization for the optimization of this controller in order to control DC motor speed.00285 0 0 0 9×10-4 3. Finally. the membership functions and the scaling factors).003 0.002 0.00385 0. the proposed controller (ANFIS-Swarm Controller) gives a very good results and possesses good robustness. According to the results of the computer simulation.004 0. The speed response of FLC using neural networks (ANFIS) Table 3. Abdellah LAOUFI.Neuro-Fuzzy DC Motor Speed Control Using Particle Swarm Optimization Boumediene ALLAOUA. minimal rise time. Performances of three controllers Fuzzy Logic FLC using neural ANFIS controller with PSO Controller(FLC) networks (ANFIS) (ANFIS-Swarm) 0.001 0. the optimal ANFIS controller is designed using Particle Swarm Optimization algorithms. The ANFIS-Swarm is the best controller which presented satisfactory performances and possesses good robustness (no overshoot.005 0.007 0.00301 0.008 0. 16 .006 Time [Sec] 0. the Adaptive NeuroFuzzy (ANFIS) controller efficiently is better than the traditional FLC. Steady state error = 0).2×10-4 0 Results Rising time [Sec] Overtaking [%] Steady state error[%] Conclusions In this paper.009 0.

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