Fuzzy Logic

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J. Baldwin
Wiley, Jul 25, 1996 - Mathematics - 278 pages
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The rapid growth of data and information confronting many in industry and business has created a need for extracting knowledge out of such data. Fuzzy logic is one of the techniques used within this area of computational and statistical tools. It has been a major commercial success, with many real-world applications including industrial control, medical and financial applications, and incorporation into consumer goods. Fuzzy sets generalise data and enable knowledge to be expressed as linguistic rules, giving a powerful and robust framework. This book discusses many existing applications and outlines the direction of future developments in fuzzy logic.

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Handling Priority and Preference in Constraint Satisfaction
Knowledge from Data using Fril and Fuzzy Methods
Mission Management System for Multiple Autonomous

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