Re: Fuzzy Logic Books

From: Carlos Josť de Almeida Pereira (cjap2000@hotmail.com)
Date: Wed Mar 07 2001 - 19:32:48 MET

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    > > This is going to be stupid question somehow but, somebody please suggest
    > > me books for both introduction and applications (practical stuff you
    > > know, some code maybe ?) about Fuzzy Logic ????

    First of all, there is not this thing "stupid question"! Stupid is the
    person who thinks that knows everything!

    Now, the book: I suggest "The fuzzy systems handbook", by Earl Cox. Comes
    with code (in C) for you to experiment with. I have found it very usefull.

    Hope I have helped.

    Kind regards,
    Carlos Pereira
    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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