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Title: Applying fuzzy logic and genetic algorithms to enhance the efficacy of the PID controller in buffer overflow elimination for better channel response timeliness over the Internet
Authors: Lin, WWK
Wong, AKY
Wu, RSL
Keywords: Buffer overflow
Fuzzy logic
Genetic algorithm
Internet channel
Objective function
PID controller
Safety margin
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Source: Concurrency computation practice and experience, 2006, v. 18, no. 7, p. 725-747 How to cite?
Journal: Concurrency Computation Practice and Experience 
Abstract: In this paper two novel intelligent buffer overflow controllers: the fuzzy logic controller (FLC) and the genetic algorithm controller (GAC) are proposed. In the FLC the extant algorithmic PID controller (PIDC) model, which combines the proportional (P), derivative (D) and integral (I) control elements, is augmented with fuzzy logic for higher control precision. The fuzzy logic divides the PIDC control domain into finer control regions. Every region is then defined either by a fuzzy rule or a 'don't care' state. The GAC combines the PIDC model with the genetic algorithm, which manipulates the parametric values of the PIDC as genes in a chromosome. The FLC and GAC operations are based on the objective function {0, Δ)2. The principle is that the controller should adaptively maintain the safety margin A around the chosen reference point (represent by the '0' of {0, Δ)2) at runtime. The preliminary experimental results for the FLC and GAC prototypes indicate that they are both more effective and precise than the PIDC. After repeated timing analyses with the Intel's VTune Performer Analyzer, it was confirmed that the FLC can better support real-time computing than the GAC because of its shorter execution time and faster convergence without any buffer overflow.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/30097
ISSN: 1532-0626
DOI: 10.1002/cpe.958
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