[论文]王奔等人.Cyborg Moth Flight Control Based on Fuzzy Deep Learning
Cyborg Moth Flight Control Based on Fuzzy Deep Learning
Yang, X (Yang, Xiao)  ; Jiang, XL (Jiang, Xun-Lin)  ; Su, ZL (Su, Zheng-Lian)  ; Wang, B (Wang, Ben) 
Cyborg insect control methods can be divided into invasive methods and noninvasive methods. Compared to invasive methods, noninvasive methods are much easier to implement, but they are sensitive to complex and highly uncertain environments, for which classical control methods often have low control accuracy. In this paper, we present a noninvasive approach for cyborg moths stimulated by noninvasive ultraviolet (UV) rays. We propose a fuzzy deep learning method for cyborg moth flight control, which consists of a Behavior Learner and a Control Learner. The Behavior Learner is further divided into three hierarchies for learning the species' common behaviors, group-specific behaviors, and individual-specific behaviors step by step to produce the expected flight parameters. The Control Learner learns how to set UV ray stimulation to make a moth exhibit the expected flight behaviors. Both the Control Learner and Behavior Learner (including its sub-learners) are constructed using a Pythagorean fuzzy denoising autoencoder model. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed approach achieves significant performance advantages over the state-of-the-art approaches and obtains a high control success rate of over 83% for flight parameter control.