Q: fuzzy rules

From: Nikolaus D. Bayer (nikolaus@brtecyclingtechnologie.de)
Date: Wed Nov 28 2001 - 13:55:58 MET

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    Hi all,

    so far I only have read about fuzzy rules like

    "if A then x is y"

    where A is a fuzzy expression consisting of linguistic terms and fuzzy
    operators, x is a linguistic variable and y a linguistic term.

    Example:

    "if MaxSpeed is high and FuelConsumption is low then Attractiveness is high"

    Has anybody read/heard something about replacing the "x is y" part of
    the fuzzy rule with an fuzzy expression?

    Any comments would be greatly appreciated,

            Nikolaus

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