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Modeling a Nonlinear Liquid Level System by Cellular Neural Networks



Seck Tuoh Mora, Juan Carlos

2010

Hernández-Romero, N., Seck-Tuoh-Mora, J. C., González-Hernández, M., Medina-Marin, J. (2010). Modeling a Nonlinear Liquid Level System by Cellular Neural Networks. International Journal of Modern Physics C, 21(4), 489-501.


Abstract


This paper presents the analogue simulation of a nonlinear liquid level system composed by two tanks; the system is controlled using the methodology of exact linearization via state feedback by cellular neural networks (CNNs). The relevance of this manuscript is to show how a block diagram representing the analogue modeling and control of a nonlinear dynamical system, can be implemented and regulated by CNNs, whose cells may contain numerical values or arithmetic and control operations. In this way the dynamical system is modeled by a set of local-interacting elements without need of a central supervisor.



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