Re: fuzzy chips....


Subject: Re: fuzzy chips....
From: Marco A. A. de Oliveira (marco.assfalk.oliveira@ieee.org)
Date: Mon Aug 07 2000 - 16:56:42 MET DST


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Greetings, Mr. Noorbakhsk,

I have used the 8 bit ST Warp chip for controlling an inverted pendulum
experiment. It only outputs singletons, alas.
Fortunately, according to a colleague that works at ST, there are better
chips now. He can be contacted at:

erlendur.kristjansson@st.com

I am under the impression that the Motorola MC68HC12 microcontroller has
fuzzy instructions.

Dr. Tunstel in the Robotics Group at JPL may know of other chip
alternatives.

I hope this helps.

    Marco A.A. de Oliveira marco.assfalk.oliveira@ieee.org
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Greetings, Mr. Noorbakhsk,

I have used the 8 bit ST Warp chip for controlling an inverted pendulum experiment. It only outputs singletons, alas.
Fortunately, according to a colleague that works at ST, there are better chips now. He can be contacted at:

erlendur.kristjansson@st.com

I am under the impression that the Motorola MC68HC12 microcontroller has fuzzy instructions.

Dr. Tunstel in the Robotics Group at JPL may know of other chip alternatives.

I hope this helps.
 

    Marco A.A. de Oliveira       marco.assfalk.oliveira@ieee.org
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    Project Supervisor/                   UNM/NASA ACE Center
    Cooperative Robotics Project          EECE Bldg. Rm. 110
    Fax:         +1-505-277-4681          Albuquerque,NM 87131
    Office:      +1-505-277-1437          USA
    ------------------------------------- http://ace.unm.edu ---
    http:/www.eece.unm.edu/students/assfalk --------------------
 
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