Can a fuzzy model be made from an incomplete set of variables?

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    Dear Experts,

    I am trying to use NeuroFuzzy technique to map a number of input =
    variables to an output variable. The data are from field measurements =
    and are very vague. In addition, some of the input variables are not =
    measurable although they are the less important variables.

    I am wondering if a fuzzy model can be made from an incomplete set of =
    variables.=20

    I would very much appreciated it if anyone could give me some advice, or =
    direct me to papers, textbooks, or websites related to this issue.

    Thank you in advance.

    Sincerely,

    Xinghan Ma

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    <P>Dear Experts,</P>
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    <P>Sincerely,</P>
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