Re: Problem using simple fuzzy logic in artifical intelligence


Subject: Re: Problem using simple fuzzy logic in artifical intelligence
From: Sven Krämer (kramesv@uni-muenster.de)
Date: Thu Oct 19 2000 - 23:38:35 MET DST


hi,

try to use a normalized function like x/90. Then you can ask all the
possibilitites.You can use >80/90 as Time(little) or <10/90 Time(little).
Important is that every minute step is 1/90!

Greetings from germany

Sven

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