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本系肇始於民國92年籌設之「應用電子科技研究所」，經一年籌劃，於民國93年8月正式成立，開始招收碩士班研究生，以培養具備理論、實務能力之高階電機電子科技人才為目標。民國96年8月「應用電子科技學系」成立，招收學士班學生，同時間，系所合一為「應用電子科技學系」。民國103年8月更名為「電機工程學系」，民國107年電機工程學系博士班成立，完備從大學部到博士班之學制規模，進一步擴展與深化本系的教學與研究能量。
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ItemApproximationransform using higher order integrators and its applications in sampleddata control systems(Taylor & Francis, 19980101) C.H. Wang ; C.C. Hsu ; W.Y. WangIn this paper, we first clarify the difference between the approximate z transform and the discrete equivalent of a continuous system using higherorder integrators. It is shown that a 1/ ts factor needs to be included for the approximate z transform but not for the discrete equivalent. We further apply the approximate z transform to facilitate the stability analysis of sampleddata control systems, with or without uncertain parameters, ft is shown in this paper that the approximate z transform greatly simplifies the stability analysis of a sampleddata control system, which is regarded as rather difficult ( if not impossible) to handle because of its transcendental nature. The results can be easily obtained and show reasonably good approximations with this approach. Several examples are used to illustrate the effectiveness of this new method.

ItemESCSDExpert system for control system design( 中國工程師學會, 19920701) C.H. Wang ; W.Y. WangThe purpose of this paper is to design an expert system for control system design. The architecture of ESCSD is designed and implemented using CLIPS, which is an expertsystem building tool. The achievements of ESCSD are extracting the heuristics ofdesign approaches, building design methods into knowledge‐bases, partitioning of knowledge‐bases, and providing explanation facilities. The user interface of ESCSD is icon‐based with pop‐up menus for user selections. We have demonstrated in this paper that this kind of user interface is better than previous similar systems, where complex dialogues are required. Also, due to the flexible partitions of the knowledge‐bases, ESCSD can be implemented successfully on the IBM PC with a limited 640K‐byte MSDOS environment. It is further explained that, regardless of the computer size, the knowledge‐bases must be partitioned into the smallest entities to allow future expansion. Several design examples are fully illustrated to clarify the advantages of using the expert system to design control systems.

ItemFunction approximation using fuzzy neural networks with robust learning algorithm(IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society, 19970801) W.Y. Wang ; T.T. Lee ; C.L. Liu ; C.H. WangThe paper describes a novel application of the Bspline membership functions (BMF's) and the fuzzy neural network to the function approximation with outliers in training data. According to the robust objective function, we use gradient descent method to derive the new learning rules of the weighting values and BMF's of the fuzzy neural network for robust function approximation. In this paper, the robust learning algorithm is derived. During the learning process, the robust objective function comes into effect and the approximated function will gradually be unaffected by the erroneous training data. As a result, the robust function approximation can rapidly converge to the desired tolerable error scope. In other words, the learning iterations will decrease greatly. We realize the function approximation not only in one dimension (curves), but also in two dimension (surfaces). Several examples are simulated in order to confirm the efficiency and feasibility of the proposed approach in this paper

ItemFuzzy Bspline membership function (BMF) and its applications in fuzzyneural control( 19941005) C.H. Wang ; W.Y. WangA general methodology for constructing fuzzy membership functions via Bspline curve is proposed. By using the method of leastsquares, we translate the empirical data into the form of the control points of Bspline curves to construct fuzzy membership functions. This unified form of fuzzy membership functions is called as Bspline membership functions (BMF's). By using the local control property of Bspline curve, the BMF's can be tuned locally during learning process. For the control of a model car through fuzzyneural networks, it is shown that the local tuning of BMF's can indeed reduce the number of iterations tremendously

ItemFuzzy Bspline membership function (BMF) and its applications in fuzzyneural control(IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society, 19950501) C.H. Wang ; W.Y. Wang ; T.T. Lee ; P.S. TsengA general methodology for constructing fuzzy membership functions via Bspline curves is proposed. By using the method of leastsquares, the authors translate the empirical data into the form of the control points of Bspline curves to construct fuzzy membership functions. This unified form of fuzzy membership functions is called a Bspline membership function (BMF). By using the local control property of a Bspline curve, the BMFs can be tuned locally during the learning process. For the control of a model car through fuzzyneural networks, it is shown that the local tuning of BMFs can indeed reduce the number of iterations tremendously. This fuzzyneural control of a model car is presented to illustrate the performance and applicability of the proposed method

ItemFuzzy Control Using Intuitive Image Analysis( 20080527) G.M. Chen ; P.Z. Lin ; W.Y. Wang ; T.T. Lee ; C.H. WangIn this paper, a novel fuzzy control scheme using intuitive image analysis is developed to imitate the intuitive human control behavior determined through human eyes. A CCD camera is used to gather the images of the controlled plant, and a simple algorithm is proposed to analyze the images. Unlike that in the visual servo control systems, the image information is utilized in a more intuitive way via the proposed image analysis algorithm. The difference between a reference image and the current image is numerically expressed and directly used by a fuzzy control system using a humanlike control law. To investigate the effectiveness of the proposed fuzzy control scheme, it is applied to an inverted pendulum system. Simulation results show that the proposed scheme can achieve favorable tracking performance without prior knowledge of the controlled plant.

ItemFuzzy evaluation and expert system in classical control system design( 19940701) C.H. Wang ; W.Y. Wang ; T.T. LeeThe purpose of this paper is to develop an expert system for control system design (ESCSD), with a unique set of fuzzy evaluation rules. The authors' investigation not only uses expert systems for control system design but also proposes a practical way to use a unique set of fuzzy evaluation rules to suggest a better design method for a given plant. A set of fuzzy evaluation rules extracted from four classical design procedures is proposed. It focuses on how to predict the results of design methods. The authors deem the fuzzy evaluation rules are predicting tools of an expert system. It is also shown in this paper that the set of fuzzy evaluation rules has been successfully integrated with ESCSD. Several examples are illustrated which show the agreeable result obtained from ESCSD.

ItemImpact of sampling time on tustin digitization(ACTA Press, 19960101) C.H. Wang ; W.Y. Wang ; C.C. HsuThis paper investigates the impact of sampling time on Tustin digitization. A Qmatrix representation for the digitized system via Tustin transformation is first proposed. It is shown that Tustin transformation is a special case of the higherorder integrator approaches to digitize a continuous system. Polevariation loci is then introduced to describe the trajectories of poles of the digitized system using Tustin transformation when sampling time is varied from zero to infinity. With new theorems derived in this paper, the polevariation loci can be easily sketched. Sampling time of any point on the polevariation loci of the digitized system can be determined by the angle of the vector drawn from the origin to the designated pole location. System dynamics of the digitized system can then be estimated from the sampling time, which determines the pole locations.

ItemMinimumphase criteria for sampled systems via symbolic approach( 19961213) C.H. Wang ; W.Y. Wang ; C.C. HsuIn this paper, we propose a symbolic approach to determine the samplingtime range which guarantees minimumphase behaviours for a sampled system with a zeroorder hold. By using Maple, a symbolic manipulation package, the symbolic transfer function of the sampled system, which contains sampling time T as an independent variable, can be easily obtained. We then adopt the critical stability constraints to determine the samplingtime range which ensures that the sampled system has only stable zeros. In comparison with existing methods, the approach proposed in this paper has less restrictions on the continuous plant and is very easy to implement in any symbolic manipulation packages. Several examples are illustrated to show the effectiveness of this approach

ItemMinimumphase criteria for sampled systems via symbolic approach(Taylor & Francis, 19970101) C.H. Wang ; W.Y. Wang ; C.C. HsuIn this paper, we propose a symbolic approach to determine the samplingtime range which guarantees minimumphase behaviours for a sampled system with a zeroorder hold. By using Maple, a symbolic manipulation package, the symbolic transfer function of the sampled system, which contains sampling time T as an independent variable, can be easily obtained. We then adopt the critical stability constraints to determine the samplingtime range which ensures that the sampled system has only stable zeros. In comparison with existing methods, the proposed approach in this note has less restrictions on the continuous plant and is very easy to implement in any symbolic manipulation package. Several examples are illustrated to show the effectiveness of this approach.

ItemOn constructing fuzzy membership functions and applications in fuzzy neural networks( 19931029) C.H. Wang ; T.T. Lee ; W.Y. Wang ; P.S. TsengA unified form of fuzzy membership functions, called as Bspline membership functions (BMFs) is proposed. The computer simulation of fuzzy control of a model car is considered as an application of BMFs in fuzzy neural networks. The example shows that the number of iterations for learning is substantially less than that of conventional methods.

ItemOnLine Genetic AlgorithmBased FuzzyNeural Sliding Mode Controller Using Improved Adaptive Bound ReducedForm Genetic Algorithm(Taylor & Francis, 20090601) P.Z. Lin ; W.Y. Wang ; T.T. Lee ; C.H. WangIn this article, a novel online genetic algorithmbased fuzzyneural sliding mode controller trained by an improved adaptive bound reducedform genetic algorithm is developed to guarantee robust stability and good tracking performance for a robot manipulator with uncertainties and external disturbances. A general sliding manifold, which can be nonlinear or time varying, is used to construct a sliding surface and reduce control law chattering. In this article, the sliding surface is used to derive a genetic algorithmbased fuzzyneural sliding mode controller. To identify structured system dynamics, a Bspline membership function fuzzyneural network, which is trained by the improved genetic algorithm, is used to approximate the regressor of the robot manipulator. The sliding mode control with a general sliding surface plays the role of a compensator when the fuzzyneural network does not approximate the dynamics regressor of the robot manipulator well in the transient period. The adjustable parameters of the fuzzyneural network are tuned by the improved genetic algorithm, which, with the use of the sequentialsearchbased crossover point method and the single gene crossover, converges quickly to nearoptimal parameter values. Simulation results show that the proposed genetic algorithmbased fuzzyneural sliding mode controller is effective and yields superior tracking performance for robot manipulators.

ItemSamplingtime effects of higherorder digitisations and their applications in digital redesign(IET, 19940301) C.H. Wang ; W.Y. Wang ; T.T. LeeA study is made of the samplingtime effects of higherorder digitisations (i.e. the Madwed and BoxerThaler digitisations) to convert a continuoustime system into a discretetime system. A general expression for the denominator and numerator of the digitised system is proposed, and used to predict precisely the computational stability and samplingtime effects of these types of digitisation. The 'polynomial root locus' is introduced to describe the pole variations of the digitised system when the sampling time is varied from zero to infinity. The maximum sampling time of a particular digitisation can also be found by a new algorithm which is proposed. The transient behaviour of the digitised system is further studied by defining a new set of transient terms for discretetime systems. In this way, the effects of samplingtime can be studied thoroughly. It is shown that the appropriate sampling times obtained via these approximate methods play a meaningful role in selecting appropriate sampling times for real problems. Several examples are illustrated.