Hardware help

Liliana Ferri Degli Antoni (degliant@cdc8g5.cdc.polimi.it)
Sat, 6 Jun 1998 22:21:21 +0200 (MET DST)

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Hi, does anyone know which could be a reasonable choice, for fuzzy =
hardware, in order to show simulations to students?
We would like to introduce in our course about control in engineering , =
some physic simulation.
I guess we need a computer, a card to program a fuzzy chip and an =
actuator to perform the command of the controller. Well, is important to =
choice a specific operative system (Unix or...)? Which kind of card and =
chips are user friendly? Do these system run applications to perform a =
simulation of chips performances? Are they expensive? There exist =
complete/embedded solutions?
Thanks a lot for any advice, Paolo Vercesi, Polytechnic of Milan.

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Hi, does anyone know which could be = a reasonable=20 choice, for fuzzy hardware, in order to show simulations to=20 students?
We would like to introduce in our = course about=20 control in engineering , some physic simulation.
I guess we need a computer, a card = to program a=20 fuzzy chip and an actuator to perform the command of the controller. = Well, is=20 important to choice a specific operative system (Unix or...)? Which kind = of card=20 and chips are user friendly? Do these system run applications to perform = a=20 simulation of chips performances? Are they expensive? There exist=20 complete/embedded solutions?
Thanks a lot for any advice, Paolo = Vercesi,=20 Polytechnic of Milan.
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