Free trial of Fuzzy based Data Mining and Modelling software

From: Wise (weiz@spam-block.sympac.com.au)
Date: Tue May 22 2001 - 11:35:48 MET DST

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    We would like to announce the Beta release of a new Fuzzy Logic based Data
    Mining and Modeling software built to run on PC Win9x.

    The user feeds the program raw data that it "Mines" looking for patterns
    that allow it to form Fuzzy type IF [AND] THEN association rules.

    These rules are useful on two accounts.

    1. They give the user a linguistically friendly overview of the significant
    patterns found in the data.

    2. The [expert type] fuzzy rules may be used by the Modeling part of the
    program
    (a Fuzzy Logic inference machine) which will allow the user to input test
    Antecedent data, which when combined with the Mined Fuzzy Association rules
    will form predictions for the consequent subject.

    The program therefore makes the data produced by a system that system's
    expert.

    Data from all sorts of fields may be Mined and Modelled, this is a useful
    tool for those that work a lot with data and need to automate the discovery
    of relationships contained there in. The Modeling capability of the system
    allows a user to trial the accuracy of the knowledge (the rules) gained by
    Mining with test bed data.

    See more about the program and how to obtain a FREE Beta trial copy at

    www.redshedsoftware.com.au

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