Prediction of failure in pin-joints using hybrid adaptive neuro-fuzzy approach

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Authors: Shrazi Kia, S., Noroozi, S., Carse, B., Vinney, J. and Rabbani, M.

Pages: 671-677

Publisher: IEEE

DOI: 10.1109/FUZZY.2006.1681783

An analysis was performed to evaluate the strength of pin-loaded composite and aluminum joints. The analysis involved using three classifiers: decision tree, adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system and the combination of two. By using the well-known C4.5 algorithm, as a quick process, the structure of fuzzy inference system (number of membership functions and fuzzy rules) could be roughly estimated. Then, the parameter identification is carried out by adaptive neuro-fuzzy system. The comparison of performance of three methods indicates that mentioned hybridization speeds up learning processes and reduced errors.

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Pages: 671-677

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Authors: Kia, S.S., Noroozi, S., Carse, B., Vinney, J. and Rabbani, M.

Pages: 671-677

ISBN: 9780780394889

DOI: 10.1109/FUZZY.2006.1681783

an analysis was performed to evaluate the strength of pin-loaded composite and aluminum joints. The analysis involved using three classifiers: decision tree, adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system and the combination of two. By using the well-known C4.5 algorithm, as a quick process, the structure of fuzzy inference system (number of membership functions and fuzzy rules) could be roughly estimated. Then, the parameter identification is carried out by Adaptive neuro-fuzzy system. The comparison of performance of three methods indicates that mentioned hybridization speeds up learning processes and reduced errors. © 2006 IEEE.

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Authors: Kia, S.S., Noroozi, S., Carse, B., Vinney, J., Rabbani, M. and IEEE

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