Implementation of a fuzzy logic marine autopilot

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Authors: Polkinghorne, M., Roberts, G.N. and Burns, R.S.

Pages: 1572-1577

Publisher: IEEE

DOI: 10.1049/cp:19940372

In the field of ship control the proportional plus integral plus derivative (PID) controllers remain common place. However, increasingly new autopilot strategies, promising higher levels of robustness and/or adaptive qualities, are being proposed as possible successors to the PID. Fuzzy logic is a modern control technique which is currently finding an increasing and diverse range of novel applications. By means of full scale sea trials, a newly developed Fuzzy logic autopilot is evaluated and a comparison made to its conventional equivalent.

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Authors: Polkinghorne, M.N., Roberts, G.N. and Burns, R.S.

Volume: 2

Pages: 1572-1577

In the field of ship control the Proportional plus Integral plus Derivative (PID) controllers remain common place. However, increasingly new autopilot strategies, promising higher levels of robustness and/or adaptive qualities, are being proposed as possible successors to the PID. Fuzzy Logic is a modern control technique which is currently finding an increasing and diverse range of novel applications. By means of full scale sea trials, a newly developed Fuzzy Logic autopilot is evaluated and a comparison made to its conventional equivalent.

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Authors: POLKINGHORNE, M.N., ROBERTS, G.N., BURNS, R.S. and INST ELECT ENGINEERS, C.C.D.I.V.

Pages: 1572-1577

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