IYEEE Std 1855 is the first IEEE standard technology developed in the area of fuzzy logic. Its main characteristic is the interoperability, a design feature that enables system designers to develop fuzzy inference engines without taking into account the hardware/software constraints imposed by the specific architecture on which the system will be deployed. Thanks to this feature, a fuzzy system can be integrated into different types of architectures without any need to carry out porting strategies. This feature is particularly crucial in the area of embedded systems where, for each kind of device, a variety of applications, communication protocols, software libraries and programming tools, exists. In this context, ArduinoTMtechnology represents one of the most popular architectures, thanks to its ease of development and prototyping. This paper shows how the native extendability feature of IEEE Std 1855 enables the design of a fuzzy rule-based systems in fully interoperable fashion on ArduinoTMarchitectures and, as a consequence, allows designers to focus on fuzzy concepts, without any need to consider the hardware/software details related to the specific ArduinoTMsystem.
|Titolo:||Extending IEEE Std 1855 for designing Arduinoâ¢-based fuzzy systems|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributi in Atti di convegno|