In 1994, Japan exported products at a total of $35 billion that use fuzzy logic or NeuroFuzzy. The remarkable fact that an emerging key technology in Asia and Europe went unnoticed by the U.S. public until recently, combined with its unusual name and revolutionary concept, has led to a controversial discussion among engineers.
Many publications now deal with the theoretical background of fuzzy logic, its history, and how to program fuzzy logic algorithms. In my book, I want to take a different approach. I will explain all elements of fuzzy logic system design using case studies of real-world applications. No formulas, no complex math, just everything you need for a hands-on start. Roll up your sleeves, and I will guide you step-by-step through fuzzy logic and NeuroFuzzy design on your PC.
The disks included with this book contain a simulation-only version of professional fuzzy logic design software and software simulations of various technical processes. This lets you instantly design solutions without any programming. The large number of case studies treated in this book illustrates the benefits of the technology in different application areas. This helps you to evaluate the potential of fuzzy logic in your own application work. Working with leading-edge development tools helps you get a practical start in just hours.
Constantin von Altrock
In 1994, Japan exported millions of dollars of products that use fuzzy logic or NeuroFuzzy -- most of them unnoticed by the U.S. public until recently. This book explains all the elements of fuzzy logic system design using case studies of real-world applications. Covers development tools for fuzzy systems; NeuroFuzzy technologies; case studies of industrial applications; a fuzzy logic rule base; and simulation software. For electrical engineers and computer scientists.
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