### Table I: Fuzzy logic rules used in our FLEXnav system

2002

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### Table I: Fuzzy Logic rules used in the FLEXnav system

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### Table II: Fuzzy logic rules used in the FLEXnav system.

### Table 1 Rule Matrix of Fuzzy Logic Controller Displacement Error

2002

"... In PAGE 4: ... The dynamics of a properly designed fuzzy logic controller are roughly equivalent to those of a classical PID controller. Table1 shows the matrix of rules used to develop the controllers: Table 1 Rule Matrix of Fuzzy Logic Controller Displacement Error ... ..."

### Table 1 Fuzzy logic system rules

in An

2006

"... In PAGE 3: ... Also increasing the number of fuzzy sets of the variables will provide better sensitivity control but also increases computational complexity of the system. Table1... ..."

### Table 9: Knowledge base system in fuzzy logic.

### Table I. Fig. 6. Fuzzy logic system.

### Table 4. Coulomb Friction Parameters

1989

"... In PAGE 14: ... 12), and the motion stops when the displacement is not sufficient for the spring apos;s restoring force to overcome static friction. Decay occurs at the end of the half cycle when the ampli- tude is smaller than 2fd: (42) Repeating for the next half-cycle, (43) For the static test case, the determination of the Coulomb friction parameters is shown in figure 13, where the damping force is defined as (44) From figure 13, (45) Stiffness properties can be determined from the spring rate (46) Table4 presents the Coulomb friction parameters. Data Reduction and Analysis Basic data reduction techniques used in this investi- gation that enabled the comparison and analysis of static and dynamic (free-vibration) data are presented in the following sections.... ..."

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### Table 4. Coulomb Friction Parameters

in Quasi-Static and Dynamic Response Characteristics of F-4 Bias-Ply and Radial-Belted Main Gear Tires

"... In PAGE 14: ... 12), and the motion stops when the displacement is not sufficient for the spring apos;s restoring force to overcome static friction. Decay occurs at the end of the half cycle when the ampli- tude is smaller than 2fd: (42) Repeating for the next half-cycle, (43) For the static test case, the determination of the Coulomb friction parameters is shown in figure 13, where the damping force is defined as (44) From figure 13, (45) Stiffness properties can be determined from the spring rate (46) Table4 presents the Coulomb friction parameters. Data Reduction and Analysis Basic data reduction techniques used in this investi- gation that enabled the comparison and analysis of static and dynamic (free-vibration) data are presented in the following sections.... ..."