Re: What book provides the best introduction to Fuzzy Logic?

Earl Cox (ecox@metus.com)
Thu, 27 May 1999 07:14:42 +0200 (MET DST)

Actually any of the books by George Klir would be excellent choices...

Earl

Alex Rice wrote in message <374C24C0.83C44797@swcp.com>...
>_Fuzzy Thinking_ by Bark Kosko is a good'un
>"FrEAk;)" wrote:
>>
>> What book(s) provides the best introduction to Fuzzy Logic and explain
the
>> history,theory and the math behind it?
>> What about cognitive maps?
>> Thanks, Tanaka.

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Wandering Epistemologist "The Fuzzy Systems Handbook" (1994)
Phrenologist-for-Hire "Fuzzy Logic for Business and Industry" (1995)
Foreteller of the Past "Beyond Humanity: CyberEvolution and Future
Minds"
(919) 859-1736 (vox) (1996, with Greg Paul, Paleontologist/Artist)
(919) 851-3525 (fax) "The Fuzzy Systems Handbook, 2nd Ed." (1998)
"Fuzzy Tools for Data Mining" (due Summer, 1999)
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