Re: fuzzy -- in disquise?


Subject: Re: fuzzy -- in disquise?
From: Oscar Duarte (ogduarte@ugr.es)
Date: Thu Jun 08 2000 - 12:02:01 MET DST


Of course, is possible to interpret any typical fuzzy logic system as an
interpolation system, and any (mamdani or Sugeno) fuzzy controller as a
generic version of a controller with gain planifitacion but, why do you say
"unfortunately"?

Oscar Duarte

At 10:53 08/06/00 +0200, HX Li wrote:
>Dear Scientists and Engineers
>
>Unfortunately, fuzzy set theory is nothing
>else but an interpolation algorithm in disguise.

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