In this paper, a class of microelectromechanical systems described by nonlinear differential equations with random delays is examined. Robust fuzzy controllers are designed to control the energy conversion processes with the ultimate objective to guarantee optimal achievable performance. The fuzzy rule base used consists of a collection of r fuzzy IF-THEN rules defined as a function of the conditional variable. The method of the theory of cones and Lyapunov functionals is used to design a class of local fuzzy control laws. A verifiably sufficient condition for stochastic stability of fuzzy stochastic microelectromechanical systems is given. As an example, we have considered the design of a fuzzy control law for an electrostatic micromotor.
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Microelectronic Engineering (KGCOE)
Sinha, A. and Lyshevski, Sergey, "Fuzzy control with random delays using invariant cones and its application to control of energy processes in microelectromechanical motion devices" (2004). Elsevier, Vol. 46 (), pp. 1305-1318. Accessed from
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