Re: Books or papers about Fuzzy Approximation Theorem


Subject: Re: Books or papers about Fuzzy Approximation Theorem
From: Frank Dowlat (jeanh@ucla.edu)
Date: Fri Apr 14 2000 - 18:21:02 MET DST


Contact Professor Lotfi Zadeh! he is at Berkeley.
Else, you could try Ladislav Kohout at Florida State University, Dep. of
computer science or mathematics. Kohout once mentioned to me a Lebesgue
approximation procedure, but I never
got to see the rerence.

Dr. F. Dowlatshahi

KS <ks@lycos.com> wrote in message news:38EE86B1.D1133E29@lycos.com...
> Hi!
> 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.
> Thank you!
> email: skywalker_73@yahoo.com.
>

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