A simple question

vieira@drfmc.ceng.cea.fr
Thu, 21 May 1998 18:53:52 +0200 (MET DST)

I have some simple questions that probably were already answered, but I
couldnt find them in the FAQs. Sorry for the unconveniency.

I read something about fuzzy logic and fuzzy control. I understood its
principles, but I always end up asking "this is very nice, but what are the
advantages over the usual processes that made use of boolean logic?".
A controller is basically a mapping that we construct from available data.
There is a lot of ways to build maps from data (neural networks and
standard regression). So,

1. What is the big advantage in using fuzzy logic to build a controller,
and
2. what fuzzy logic controlers can do that a Neural Net can't?

Thank you very much for all your attention,

Armando

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