Fuzzy Logic = approximation right?


Subject: Fuzzy Logic = approximation right?
anilo1@my-deja.com
Date: Sun Jun 18 2000 - 02:19:38 MET DST


Hi,
I am a newbie to AI & fuzzy logic. There's a problem that I am facing
in one of my projects and hence am evaluating fuzzy logic as a possible
solution.

Based on certain readings(rules) that my system generates every day a
rules database is built as shown below:
1. (5, "ABC")
2. (22,"DEF)
3. (96, "KLM")

Now, if someone was to query the database for someting such as (94,?)
--it should return "KLM", for (29,?) it should return "DEF"... and so
on.

Do you think fuzzy logic could help me here. If so, can you give me
pointers to books/other reading materials.

Thanks,
Anil Punjabi

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