With increasing advancements in the field of telecommunication, the attainment of a higher data transfer rate is essentially a greater need to meet high-performance communication. The exploitation of the fuzzy system in the wireless telecommunication systems, especially in Fifth Generation Mobile Networks (or) 5G networks is a vital paradigm in telecommunication markets. A comprehensive survey is dealt in the paper, where it initially reviews the basic understanding of fuzzy systems over 5G telecommunication. The literature studies are collected from various repositories that include reference materials, Internet, and other books. The collection of articles is based on empirical or evidence-based from various peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings, dissertations, and theses. Most of the existing soft computing models are streamlined to certain applications of 5G networking. Firstly, it is hence essential to provide the readers to find research gaps and new innovative models on wide varied applications of 5G. Secondly, it deals with the scenarios in which the fuzzy systems are developed under the 5G platform. Thirdly, it discusses the applicability of fuzzy logic systems on various 5G telecommunication applications. Finally, the paper derives the conclusions associated with various studies on the fuzzy systems that have been utilized for the improvement of 5G telecommunication systems.
One characteristic of neuro-fuzzy systems is the possibility of incorporating preliminary information in their structure as well as being able to establish an initial configuration to carry out the training. In this regard, the strategy to establish the configuration of the fuzzy system is a relevant aspect. This document displays the design and implementation of a neuro-fuzzy controller based on Boolean relations to regulate the angular position in an electromechanical plant, composed by a motor coupled to inertia with friction (a widely studied plant that serves to show the control system design process). The structure of fuzzy systems based on Boolean relations considers the operation of sensors and actuators present in the control system. In this way, the initial configuration of fuzzy controller can be determined. In order to perform the optimization of the neuro-fuzzy controller, the continuous plant model is converted to discrete time to be included in the closed-loop controller training equations. For the design process, first the optimization of a Proportional Integral (PI) linear controller is carried out. Thus, linear controller parameters are employed to establish the structure and initial configuration of the neuro-fuzzy controller. The optimization process also includes weighting factors for error and control action in such a way that allows having different system responses. Considering the structure of the control system, the optimization algorithm (training algorithm) employed is dynamic back propagation. The results via simulations show that optimization is achieved in the linear and neuro-fuzzy controllers using different weighting values for the error signal and control action. It is also observed that the proposed control strategy allows disturbance rejection.
AbstractSimplifying fuzzy models, including those for predicting time series, is an important issue in terms of their interpretation and implementation. This simplification can involve both the number of inference rules (i.e., structure) and the number of parameters. This paper proposes novel hybrid methods for time series prediction that utilize Takagi–Sugeno fuzzy systems with reduced structure. The fuzzy sets are obtained using a global optimization algorithm (particle swarm optimization, simulated annealing, genetic algorithm, or pattern search). The polynomials are determined by elastic net regression, which is a sparse regression. The simplification is based on reducing the number of polynomial parameters in the then-part by using sparse regression and removing unnecessary rules by using labels. A new quality criterion is proposed to express a compromise between the model accuracy and its simplification. The experimental results show that the proposed methods can improve a fuzzy model while simplifying its structure.