Re: fuzzy and assembly

From: Joe Pfeiffer (pfeiffer@cs.nmsu.edu)
Date: Tue Oct 02 2001 - 21:12:15 MET DST

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    Tomas Jura <tjura@binghamton.edu> writes:
    >
    > IMHO I think that programming fuzzy inference engines in
    > assembly language is not a good choice. Code is nonportable,
    > difficult to maintain,...

    Of course, those are the standard (and valid) reasons not to write
    *any* assembly code. And, as in any other problem domain, they can be
    trumped by efficiency concerns...

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