Re: Fuzzy control (What to control?)

Anthony Cowden (cowden@sonalysts.com)
Mon, 27 Oct 1997 02:30:25 +0100 (MET)

John E Buck wrote:
>
> Hello All..
>
> I am currently working on my masters in Comp Sci.. and have been
> doing research in Fuzzy logic for about a year now. I would like
> to do a thesis on Fuzzy control, but I cant seem to come up with
> something to control. I want to do something that is not straight-forward
> and something that hasn't been done before (if possible). But every thing
> I come up with is either beyond the scope of what I can accomplish
> in a year, or entirely to simple. If anyone has any suggestions I'm all
> ears.

What things that you have considered are "beyond the scope" and which
are "too simple" (just to bound the problem for us a little bit...)?

>
> ---------------------John Buck----jbuck@esu.edu-----------------------
>
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>
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>
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