i'm struggling with this filter, and i really need someone to show me how i can do it...
just the idea, maybe i'm getting it right or wrong
i need someone to tell me even the idea of it how to go through it
i just noticed that there is no much fuzzy logic questions here & even most of them regarding this area are not answered
Please Please Help me in that
i have those rules
R1: If more of xi are Very High Then En(xi) is Very High.
R2: If more of xi are High Then En(xi) is High.
R3: If more of xi are Medium Then En(xi) is Medium.
R4: If more of xi are Low Then En(xi) is Low.
R5: If more of xi are Very Low Then En(xi) is Very Low.
more is an S function 1/ 1 + exp ^ - (axi -b)
En = sum of all rules multiplied by a constant vector [1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2]
xi a pixel in na image ...
how can i do something like this using FIS
i wrote my own code but i see that the En output depends on all the five rules, and the En should be calculates from the rules but how can i apply the IF ... Then ...
it's like recursive ....
this is a fuzzy filter .... and this is the part i cant do, more details are in this paper
what i have done was to find the 3x3 window pixel and i loop through every 9 pixel and i make it the i/p of my FIS filter which i'm not sure of the way i implemented it
and that's my question
i made a matrix which each colum in it represents 9 pixels which is the 3x3 neighborhood so the matrix for my 64x64 image is m x n
m is 9 pixel & i have n =4096
[m,n] = size(NFC);
tri_param = [0.2 0.4 0.6;
0.4 0.6 0.8;
0.6 0.8 1];
trap_param = [-inf -0.2 0.2 0.4;
0.8 1 1.4 inf]
% Applying the Fuzzy inference algorithm
% take the pixel 3x3 window and determine the memership
% degree of each of the pixels within the 5 i/p memebership
for i = 1:1:n
ante_mf = zeros(5,9);
R = zeros(5,1);
xi = NFC(:,i);
ante_mf(1, :) = trapmf(xi',trap_param(1,:));
ante_mf(2, :) = trimf(xi',tri_param(1,:));
ante_mf(3, :) = trimf(xi',tri_param(2,:));
ante_mf(4, :) = trimf(xi',tri_param(3,:));
ante_mf(5, :) = trapmf(xi',trap_param(2,:));
z = xi ./ 9; % the more i/p of xi/total number of xi
for j = 1:5
min_mf = min(min(ante_mf(j,:)));
%indx = find(ante_mf(j,:)==min_mf);
sigValue = sigmf(z(5),[alpha beta]);
MoreMF = S_More(z(5),alpha, beta);
R(j) = min_mf .* MoreMF ;
En(i) = sum (Ck.*R);
please tell me how can i modify this code so it will fit the logic i nthe paper cause this is incomplete cause i didnt apply the Rules on the output,
If more of Xj are Very High, then En (xj) is Very High.
En(xj) is very high is not computed
i really dunno how to explain it ....
i hope i explain it fully
thank you for any help ...
know it's very valuable for me
with hope to receive any help in that with god well
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