Fuzzy "Teaching workbench"

Geraldo =?iso-8859-1?Q?Xex=E9o?= (xexeo@cos.ufrj.br)
Fri, 15 Jan 1999 21:55:05 +0100 (MET)

Hi,

I am teaching fuzzy techniques at undergraduate and graduate level. I
would
like to have a VERY VISUAL toolbench with working examples that can
be used by students, including to solve simple problems, in Windows
95/98.

Currently I use the programs distributed with "Fuzzy Logic, a
practical approach",
but they are Windows 3.1 and getting old.

Some students are developing simple applications that I am planning
to distribute
later, but they usually use Delphi and BDE, what creates installation
problems. Other
students have very good productivity using MATLAB.

Someone willing to:
1. Discuss a common development strategy, even a formal
inter-university
educational project?
2. Suggest applications, either to be used or to be done?
3. Describe their own problem with similar work.

Jerry

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