This paper deals with a simplified version of the evolving Takagi-Sugeno (eTS) learning algorithm - a computationally efficient procedure for on-line learning TS type fuzzy models. It combines the concept of the scatter as a measure of data density and summarization ability of the TS rules, the use of Cauchy type antecedent membership functions, an aging indicator characterizing the stationarity of the rules, and a recursive least square algorithm to dynamically learn the structure and parameters of the eTS model. (c) IEEE Press
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