Vision-Based Fuzzy 2D Motion Control of a Model Helicopter
Tadayoni, S. A.
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In this paper the 2D motion of a model helicopter is studied. The position control of a 2D model helicopter falls into complex nonlinear problems domain which makes it rather hard. In this paper a fuzzy controller is proposed to stabilize the helicopter on a designated target. The 3D model of the helicopter is simplified to derive a 2D model and all the states are assumed to be measurable. Based on the model, it was possible to decouple the position and orientation control of the helicopter. However the two parts are related through a fuzzy rule base. To verify the proposed method a simulation program is written in C++ which takes advantages of OpenGL to enable having 3D features. The response graphs are then presented
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