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Fluctuation Analysis of Information-Transfer Systems with Feedback Confirmation Channels by Means of Fuzzy-Set-Valued Mapping Concept
Kazuo HORIUCHI Yasunori ENDO
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 2001/04/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Nonlinear Problems
fluctuation analysis, information-transfer systems, fuzzy-set-valued mapping, fixed point theorem, tolerability,
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In any ill-conditioned information-transfer system, as in long-distance communication, we often must construct feedback confirmation channels, in order to confirm that informations received at destinations are correct. Unfortunately, for such systems, undesirable uncertain fluctuations may be induced not only into forward communication channels but also into feedback confirmation channels, and it is such difficult that transmitters always confirm correct communications. In this paper, two fuzzy-set-valued mappings are introduced into both the forward communication channel and the feedback confirmation channel, separately, and overall system-behaviors are discussed from the standpoint of functional analysis, by means of fixed point theorem for a system of generalized equations on fuzzy-set-valued mappings. As a result, a good mathematical condition is successfully obtained, for such information-transfer systems, and fine-textured estimations of solutions are obtained, at arbitrary levels of values of membership functions.