Question about "Fuzzy expert system".

Daniele Benegiamo (Daniele.Benegiamo@aleph.it)
Mon, 21 Sep 1998 22:02:25 +0200 (MET DST)

Hi,

I'm new with fuzzy logic.

I'm writing a fuzzy logic system in C++. Now I have reached a problem:
When I have a rule with more antecedents as:

if ( (a is A) and (b is B) ) then (c is C)

how I can compute the <c> value?

And how I can compute a rule with more consequents? As:

if (a is A) then ( (b is B) OR (c is C) )

Of course :) , how I can compute rules with more antecedents and more
consequents?

Thanks, Daniele.

Daniele "kafumanto" Benegiamo | mailto:Daniele.Benegiamo@aleph.it
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