Subject: Re: Getting Started
From: DHunter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Apr 12 2000 - 17:04:31 MET DST
Thanks for the response. I haven't seen this book in my searches before, and am
glad that two people (you and someone on Amazon) highly recommend it. Its way
too easy to find a poorly written text.
Jan-Eric Duden wrote:
> Hi !
> > I'm a software engineer with an electrical engineering degree. I've
> > started to take a deep interest in fuzzy logic and neural networks, and
> > see many areas where I would like to apply it. However I know little in
> > this disipline and want to learn more. What is the best method? Grad
> > School? Texts? Do I need a mentor?
> I'm currently learning this stuff from texts. Its sometimes a bit frustating
> especially when
> you're need several hours to understand something that could be explained in
> 1 minute. :(
> On the other side you can adjust your learning speed according to how well
> you understand the stuff.
> My primary source is : Neuro-Fuzzy and Soft Computing by Jang et al.
> Hope it helps
> Jan-Eric Duden
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