Subject: Books or papers about Fuzzy Approximation Theorem
From: KS (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Apr 08 2000 - 20:42:08 MET DST
Does anyone know of good books or papers or web sites where I can find
informations (either for beginners or with maths) on the Fuzzy
Approximation Theorem (FAT) which I read in a book from Kosko for
beginners, which says that a fuzzy system can approximate any
(continuous) function. I would liike to know exactly under what
hypothesis this happens, the kind of fuzzy systems, limitations on the
kind of the approximated functions and some math theory behind this.
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