Re: intro to fuzzy logic

Stephen Paul King (spking1@mindspring.com)
Sun, 1 Nov 1998 23:10:48 +0100 (MET)

Have any of you read Kosko's Fuzzy Engineering, particularly the
section of Information wave equations? Any opinions... ?

Stephen

"Jay" <3pound@iname.com> wrote:

>True enough, but I think Kosko makes a good point about *most American's
>knowing little of other cultures (i.e. Japanese).
>
>I agree that to make a truly informed decision (or reassure yourself you're
>making the right one), it's important to consider other possibilities.
>
>Gregg Irwin wrote in message <361AAC48.4C9D@micron.net>...
>>Hi Jay,
>>
>>I liked Kosko's book quite a bit. I can see where some people might
>>not click well with his philosophical mix but I enjoyed it.
>>
>>--Gregg
>
>

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