Inconsistency of fuzzy rules

From: Martin Lefley (mlefley@bournemouth.ac.uk)
Date: Tue Oct 30 2001 - 10:02:41 MET

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    These rules are not inconsistent,

    >R1: IF obstacle is straight ahead THEN turn left
    >R2: IF obstacle is straight ahead THEN turn right

     they allow other rules to make the correct selection.

    R3: IF obstacle to left THEN NOT turn left
    R4: IF obstacle is to right THEN NOT turn right
    R5: IF obstacle is to right AND obstacle is straight ahead AND obstacle is
    to left THEN stop

    If too many options are supplied to the user then the onus is on them to
    select the correct action.

    Martin

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