Subject: Re: Getting Started
From: Iris Stadelmann (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Apr 17 2000 - 12:43:43 MET DST
J. M. Mendel, "Fuzzy Logic Systems for Engineering: A Tutorial,"
Proceedings of the IEEE, 83(3), March 1995, 345-377
In 30 pages you learn everything you need to begin using/implementing a
FLS. In a day you'll be woking with it. Jang book I think it is allright.
If you want to play with fuzzy systems a little bit you can also go to:
http://www.ee.vt.edu/~dadone/MURI/fuzzj it is a sort of fuzzy toolbox in
Java. You need to download and it is still in construction but it could be
useful to begin your fuzzy experience.
> Hi all,
> 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?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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