Bivalent vs Fuzzy

Dan Samber (dan@camelot.mssm.edu)
Tue, 24 Mar 1998 01:39:33 +0100 (MET)

Hi!

I'm currently BURIED under fuzzy logic books & articles that
tell me of all the PHILOSOPHY behind fuzzy logic and even how
to use it... all of which is great.
What I'm looking for is (ideally) SEVERAL examples of how fuzzy
logic is used in real applications AS COMPARED AND CONTRASTED WITH
TRADITIONAL SOLUTIONS. Something that would hold my hand & walk me
through the steps of design using both bivalent and fuzzy logic
& demonstrate how fuzzy logic can yield benefits.
I'm surprised that this is so difficult to find. I have both Kosko's
and McNeil's books.... but I feel I MUST have this kind of compare &
contrast presentation to REALLY get the "AHA!".

Thanks

-- 
Dan Samber
dan@camelot.mssm.edu
Mount Sinai School of Medicine