> Anybody knows where I can get XFuzzy 3.0 from?
> Thank you,
> -- Wail
XFuzzy 3.0 is still under development and, currently, is not available
from the Web. We expect to have a downloadable version in a few months.
As soon as this happens, we will send an e-mail to all fuzzy forums.
This new version of the Xfuzzy development environment has been enterly
reprogrammed using Java, so it's a platform-idependent application.
(Xfuzzy 3.0 works under Windows, Linux, Solaris, ..., with Java Runtime
Some features of this version are the following:
- Linguistic heges are included
- All functions asigned to fuzzy operators (membership functions,
defuzzification methods, connectives, aggregation, implication
and hedges) can be extended by the user
- Hierarchical rule bases are supported
- New tools have been added to the environment in order to cover the
different stages of the fuzzy system design
All the information referred to Xfuzzy can be consulted at
http://www.imse.cnm.es/Xfuzzy or firstname.lastname@example.org
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