Input estimation of nonlinear systems using probabilistic neural network

2022 ◽  
Vol 166 ◽  
pp. 108368
Soheil Sadeghi Eshkevari ◽  
Liam Cronin ◽  
Soheila Sadeghi Eshkevari ◽  
Shamim N. Pakzad
2005 ◽  
Vol 2 (2) ◽  
pp. 25
Noraliza Hamzah ◽  
Wan Nor Ainin Wan Abdullah ◽  
Pauziah Mohd Arsad

Power Quality disturbances problems have gained widespread interest worldwide due to the proliferation of power electronic load such as adjustable speed drives, computer, industrial drives, communication and medical equipments. This paper presents a technique based on wavelet and probabilistic neural network to detect and classify power quality disturbances, which are harmonic, voltage sag, swell and oscillatory transient. The power quality disturbances are obtained from the waveform data collected from premises, which include the UiTM Sarawak, Faculty of Science Computer in Shah Alam, Jati College, Menara UiTM, PP Seksyen 18 and Putra LRT. Reliable Power Meter is used for data monitoring and the data is further processed using the Microsoft Excel software. From the processed data, power quality disturbances are detected using the wavelet technique. After the disturbances being detected, it is then classified using the Probabilistic Neural Network. Sixty data has been chosen for the training of the Probabilistic Neural Network and ten data has been used for the testing of the neural network. The results are further interfaced using matlab script code.  Results from the research have been very promising which proved that the wavelet technique and Probabilistic Neural Network is capable to be used for power quality disturbances detection and classification.

2021 ◽  
pp. 002029402110211
Tao Chen ◽  
Damin Cao ◽  
Jiaxin Yuan ◽  
Hui Yang

This paper proposes an observer-based adaptive neural network backstepping sliding mode controller to ensure the stability of switched fractional order strict-feedback nonlinear systems in the presence of arbitrary switchings and unmeasured states. To avoid “explosion of complexity” and obtain fractional derivatives for virtual control functions continuously, the fractional order dynamic surface control (DSC) technology is introduced into the controller. An observer is used for states estimation of the fractional order systems. The sliding mode control technology is introduced to enhance robustness. The unknown nonlinear functions and uncertain disturbances are approximated by the radial basis function neural networks (RBFNNs). The stability of system is ensured by the constructed Lyapunov functions. The fractional adaptive laws are proposed to update uncertain parameters. The proposed controller can ensure convergence of the tracking error and all the states remain bounded in the closed-loop systems. Lastly, the feasibility of the proposed control method is proved by giving two examples.

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