Re: stochastic logic

EarlCox (earlcox@aol.com)
Sun, 27 Sep 1998 00:16:58 +0200 (MET DST)

Also, it allows me to do things that I should have heard about by now if
anyone else had done them. Do you have any pointers to more detailed
literature on this breed of fuzzy logic?

Unfortunately most of the papers on fuzzy logic are still being written by
academics who continue to explore better ways to back up trucks, balance
pendulums, park cars, and perform other toy and non-real world problems. Those
of us who have actually built and delivered working fuzzy models in the
business and government agency world don't have the timje or incination to
write papers.

I would contact Bill Siler or Bill Combs for some additional insights in how
real fuzzy systems use variations on fuzzy logic in solving a wide spectrum of
actual problems.

Earl

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