As to the issue of which defuzzy method to deploy, could not a test bed be
used to first determine the accuracy of all methods in a range of
circumstances. Then the real system use the most accurate of defuzzy
algorithms for a given circumstance.
Using then the 'real" (not test bed) defuzzy output and a feedback of its
error (if it is possible to obtain) as additional information to be added to
the test bed data which could be used to retest each defuzzy system from
time to time.
S. F. Thomas wrote in message
>Prof. Dr. Siegfried Gottwald (email@example.com) wrote:
>(( major cuts))
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