Re: Fuzzy = approximation right ?


Subject: Re: Fuzzy = approximation right ?
From: Will Dwinnell (predictor@compuserve.com)
Date: Sun Jun 18 2000 - 22:06:21 MET DST


anilo wrote:
"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."

I am not sure how you want to include fuzzy logic, but no, fuzzy logic is not
the same thing as approximation. If all you want to do is the above, then it
looks like you're looking for a simple nearest-neighbor system.

Will Dwinnell
predictor@compuserve.com

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