Re: project idea

Will Dwinnell (76743.1740@compuserve.com)
Fri, 9 Apr 1999 13:24:21 +0200 (MET DST)

Jacob Avera wrote:
"I've worked around the mental health field. I noticed that the
DSMIII (the basic manual for diagnosing mental illness) would be
perfect for fuzzy rules. the DSMIII is a manual you can find in
most public libraries. Take a peek and you will see what I mean,
all the rules branch."

Actually, I think we're up to DSM-IV, now. Anyway, quite a few
non-computer categorization systems like this could be
implemented in software, but (as in this case) many of them would
still need a human user to evaluate the result of each rule/node.

-- 
Will Dwinnell

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