Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems

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Hua Li, Madan M. Gupta
Springer, Jul 31, 1995 - Business & Economics - 445 pages
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One of the attractions of fuzzy logic is its utility in solving many real engineering problems. As many have realised, the major obstacles in building a real intelligent machine involve dealing with random disturbances, processing large amounts of imprecise data, interacting with a dynamically changing environment, and coping with uncertainty. Neural-fuzzy techniques help one to solve many of these problems.
Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems reflects the most recent developments in neural networks and fuzzy logic, and their application in intelligent systems. In addition, the balance between theoretical work and applications makes the book suitable for both researchers and engineers, as well as for graduate students.

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MADAN M. GUPTA is a professor in the Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. He received a BE from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India, and a PhD from the University of Warwick, Canada. A Fellow of the IEEE and the SPIE, Professor Gupta has been awarded the Kaufmann Prize Gold Medal for Research in the field of fuzzy logic.
LIANG JIN received a BS and MSc in electrical engineering from the Changsha Institute of Technology, China, and a PhD in electrical engineering from the Chinese Academy of Space Technology. He is a senior member of the technical staff at Agere Systems in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
NORIYASU HOMMA earned a BA, MA, and PhD in electrical and communication engineering from Tohoku University, Japan, where he is an associate professor. He is currently a visiting professor at the Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory, College of Engineering, University of Saskatchewan, Canada.