Re: Help for my thesis, please !

Barry Bayliss (b.a.bayliss@open.ac.uk)
Sun, 26 Jul 1998 17:08:31 +0200 (MET DST)

G P wrote:
>
> Hi ! I am beginning my thesis in AI and would like to know if there is
> some material ( books, papers, especially already-written C-code) that
> can help me.

At what level is the thesis?

> It is given an agent that moves ( changes its position and velocity ) in
> a rectangular field. I have to learn the rules that control its moving (
> I want to do it with a neural network that takes in the data and gives
> out the fuzzy rules, as suggested by Bart Kosko in his book "Fuzzy
> thinking") in order to be able to predict the future agent's position.
> Thank you in advance!

I know that a project very similar to this was carried out by a masters
student several years back in Australia. If you are still interested,
contact me, and I'll pass on more information to you.

Barry.

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