Search Results

1 - 2 of 2 items

  • Author: Alexander Bozhenyuk x
Clear All Modify Search
Algorithm for Monitoring Minimum Cost in Fuzzy Dynamic Networks

Abstract

The present paper examines the task of minimum cost flow finding in a fuzzy dynamic network with lower flow bounds. The distinguishing feature of this problem statement lies in the fuzzy nature of the network parameters, such as flow bounds, transmission costs and transit times. The arcs of the considered network have lower bounds. Another feature of this task is that fuzzy flow bounds, costs and transit times can vary depending on the flow departure time. Algorithm, which implements the solution of considered problem, is proposed.

Open access
Fuzzy Deductive Inference Scheme Application in Solving the Problem of Modelling Movements of the Hand Prosthesis

Abstract

The decision-making model with basic fuzzy rule modus ponens is suggested in this paper to control the hand prosthesis. The hand movements are described by angles of finger and wrist flexion. Electromyogram (EMG) of hand muscles was used as a source of the input data. Software was developed to implement the decision-making model with fuzzy rule modus ponens. In particular, the software receives EMG data, executes calculations and visualises the output data. The key advantage of the model is smoothness of output data changes; this way a maximum approach to natural hand movements is reached.

Open access