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July 18, 2014 at 3:35 pm #3172kaburu kiraguParticipant
Hi,
I have been trying to create a Very High speed integrated Description Language (VDHL) code that can implement a fuzzy logic controller.
The controller has two inputs, 1) the error in temperature and 2) the change in error in temperature. The output is the voltage that controls the speed of a motordriven fan.
The VDHL code that i have so far developed generates a syntax error when compiled using the Xilinx ISE Project Navigator. Kindly assist me in degugging the code.
The following is the VHDL code:
— Company:— Engineer:—— Create Date: 05:29:57 07/09/2014— Design Name:— Module Name: air_conditioning – Behavioral— Project Name:— Target Devices:— Tool versions:— Description:—— Dependencies:—— Revision:— Revision 0.01 – File Created— Additional Comments:—
library IEEE;use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL;— Uncomment the following library declaration if using— arithmetic functions with Signed or Unsigned values–use IEEE.NUMERIC_STD.ALL;— Uncomment the following library declaration if instantiating— any Xilinx primitives in this code.–library UNISIM;–use UNISIM.VComponents.all;entity air_conditioning isPort ( Temp_error : in STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (8 downto 0);Temp_change in error : in STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (8 downto 0);Fan : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (8 downto 0));end air_conditioning;architecture Behavioral of air_conditioning istype membership is (term, none);type mfs is recordlinguistic: membership;point1: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0);slope1: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0);point2: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0);slope2: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0); end record;type membership_functions is array(natural range <>) mfs;constant linguistic_name : membership_functions :(linguistic => term, point1 => x”04″,slope1 => x”7F”, point2 => x”09″, slope2 => “55”), linguistic => none, point1 => x”FF”,slope1 => x”FF”, point2 => x”FF”, slope2 => x”FF”));type te_type is (cold, cool, mild, warm, hot, none); type te_ membership is record term: te_type;point1: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0); slope1: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0);point2: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0); slope2: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0);end record;type te_membership_functions is array(natural range <>) te_membership;constant te_mfs: te_membership_functions :=((term => cold, point1 => x”00″, slope1 => x”FF”, point2 => x”2A”, slope2 => x”06″), (term=> cool, point1 => x”2A”, slope1 => x”06″, point2 => x”55″, slope2 => x”06″), (term =>mild, point1 => x”55″, slope1 => x”06″, point2 => x”7F”, slope2 => x”06″),(term => warm, point1 => x”7F”, slope1 => x”06″, point2 => x”AA”, slope2 => x”06″),(term => hot, point1 => x”AA”, slope1 => x”06″, point2 => x”D5″, slope2 => x”FF”),(term => none, point1 => x”FF”, slope1 => x”FF”, point2 => x”FF”, slope2 => x”FF”));type tr_type is (slow, moderate, fast); type tr_ membership is record term: tr_type;point1: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0); slope1: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0);point2: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0); slope2: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0); end record;type tre_membership_functions is array(natural range <>) tr_membership;constant tr_mfs: tr_membership_functions :=((term => slow, point1 => x”00″, slope1 => x”00″, point2 => x”32″, slope2 => x”03″),(term => moderate, point1 => x”32″, slope1 => x”03″, point2 => x”7E”, slope2 => x”03″),(term => fast, point1 => x”7E”, slope1 => x”03″, point2 => x”FF”, slope2 => x”FF”),(term => none, point1 => x”FF”, slope1 => x”FF”, point2 => x”FF”, slope2 => x”FF”));constant very_low : std_logic_vector := x”2A”; constant low : std_logic_vector := x”55″;constant medium : std_logic_vector := x”7F”; constant high : std_logic_vector := x”A8″;constant very_high : std_logic_vector := x”D2″;type singletons is array (0 to 4) of std_logic_vector(7 downto 0);signal ac : singletons := (very_low, low, medium, high, very_high);Rule 1: very_high <= minimum(cold, fast);Rule 2: high <= minimum(cold, slow);Rule 3 and Rule 4: medium <= maximum( minimum(cool, moderate), minimum(mild, slow));Rule 5 and Rule 6: low <= maximum( minimum(warm, slow), minimum(warm, moderate));Rule 7 and Rule 8: very_ low <= maximum( minimum(hot, slow), minimum(hot, fast));beginSet n = number of membership function = 13; Set µ = array of degree of membership function = 2;Set membership = array of membership function; For i = 1 to n do beginif input value < membership.point 1 then µ = 0;else if input value < membership.point 2 thenµ = (input value – membership.point 1) × membership.slope 1;else µ = 255 – (input value – membership.point 2) × membership.slope 2;end if; end for loop;Defuzzification():Set n = number of output membership function = 13; Set s = array of singleton of output = 2membership function; Set f = array of result of all rule evaluations; Set sum = 0For i = 1 to n do begin product = (s(i) × f(i)) + product; sum = f + sum; end for loop;output = product / sum;end Behavioral;Yourfaithfully,Mike WachiraJuly 23, 2014 at 6:26 am #11923Ashutosh BhattParticipantthanks for posting question on this website
you will get more help on this if you post it on XILINX forum because you are using xilinx’s ISE software tools.

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