Sorry, for sending the wrong email

Frank Hoffmann (fhoffman@cs.berkeley.edu)
Fri, 1 Nov 1996 14:00:56 +0100


Dear colleagues,

first of all I have to apologize that I send you the wrong
message with my last email. I am sorry for causing any
inconveniences by making this mistake of mixing up two files.

Here is the original message I intended to send to the BISC group.

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Dear Bisc-group,

a colleague of mine (Oscar Cordon) asked me if I know somebody at Berkeley,
who has some data from real world applications for fuzzy modeling. He wants
to use the data for his learning and tuning methods for fuzzy systems
based on genetic algorithms.

The following text is his request:
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I am really very interested on writing a final chapter using all of them to design FLCs for real
worl applications of fuzzy modeling: I have data about economic time series and
some on laboratory control problems such us the inverted pendulum. I will be
very pleased if you may find me some data about real (or more complex
laboratory) applications of fuzzy modeling (it does not need to be control) in
Berkeley.
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If you are able to provide some data please let me know,
or send an email (ocordon@robinson.ugr.es) directly to him.

Best regards,

Frank Hoffmann
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Frank

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Frank Hoffmann UC Berkeley
Computer Science Division Department of EECS
Email: fhoffman@cs.berkeley.edu phone: 1-510-642-8282
URL: http://http.cs.berkeley.edu/~fhoffman fax: 1-510-642-5775
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