Re: Question about "Fuzzy expert system".

Héctor Marcos (hector@render.es)
Sun, 27 Sep 1998 02:00:09 +0200 (MET DST)

Daniele Benegiamo wrote:

First of all, excuse me for my English, it isn't very good.

> And how I can compute a rule with more consequents? As:
>
> if (a is A) then ( (b is B) OR (c is C) )

I think this is impossible, becouse the system aren't able to know what is the
consequent it has to choose (B or C).

I beleive that the only junction for consequents is "AND". With AND, the problem
of multiple consequents is the same of simple consequent.

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