Subject: Re: Fuzzy vs Neural
From: Edgar Dohmann (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 12 2000 - 22:32:25 MET
In article <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I think you must have a good reason for using a FLC (this also remains
> a grey area) Dont implement FLC just cause they sound cute as there is
> no justification for their use in processes where mathematical models
A rather broad-brush statement with no meaning IMHO. One could just as
easily state that there is no justification for using any other particular
solution for a process where a mathematical model exists.
If you want to control a process with a computer algorithm, you have to
select something. There may be many justifiable reasons for selecting FLC
over some other workable solution, one doesn't have to JUST look around
for a problem that can ONLY be solved with fuzzy logic in order for FLC to
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