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2022 ◽  
Selcuk Cankurt ◽  
Abdulhamit Subasi

AbstractOver the last decades, several soft computing techniques have been applied to tourism demand forecasting. Among these techniques, a neuro-fuzzy model of ANFIS (adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system) has started to emerge. A conventional ANFIS model cannot deal with the large dimension of a dataset, and cannot work with our dataset, which is composed of a 62 time-series, as well. This study attempts to develop an ensemble model by incorporating neural networks with ANFIS to deal with a large number of input variables for multivariate forecasting. Our proposed approach is a collaboration of two base learners, which are types of the neural network models and a meta-learner of ANFIS in the framework of the stacking ensemble. The results show that the stacking ensemble of ANFIS (meta-learner) and ANN models (base learners) outperforms its stand-alone counterparts of base learners. Numerical results indicate that the proposed ensemble model achieved a MAPE of 7.26% compared to its single-instance ANN models with MAPEs of 8.50 and 9.18%, respectively. Finally, this study which is a novel application of the ensemble systems in the context of tourism demand forecasting has shown better results compared to those of the single expert systems based on the artificial neural networks.

Mathematics ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (2) ◽  
pp. 179
Chokri Sendi

This paper investigates the performance of a fuzzy optimal variance control technique for attitude stability and vibration attenuation with regard to a spacecraft made of a rigid platform and multiple flexible appendages that can be retargeted to the line of sight. The proposed technique addresses the problem of actuators’ amplitude and rate constraints. The fuzzy model of the spacecraft is developed based on the Takagi-Sugeno(T-S) fuzzy model with disturbances, and the control input is designed using the Parallel Distributed Compensation technique (PDC). The problem is presented as an optimization problem in the form of Linear Matrix Inequalities (LMIs). The performance and the stability of the proposed controller are investigated through numerical simulation.

Ali Azizpour ◽  
Mohammad Ali Izadbakhsh ◽  
Saeid Shabanlou ◽  
Fariborz Yosefvand ◽  
Ahmad Rajabi

Krzysztof Wiktorowicz ◽  
Tomasz Krzeszowski

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.

2022 ◽  
pp. 103669
Vladimir Simić ◽  
Ivan Ivanović ◽  
Vladimir Đorić ◽  
Ali Ebadi Torkayesh

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