Re: LabView and Fuzzy Logic

alex roizman (alex.roizman@eng.monash.edu.au)
Fri, 4 Jun 1999 20:03:39 +0200 (MET DST)

There is a fuzzy logic toolbox by National Instruments.
Also there are some third party fuzzy logic products like Fuzzy Tools from
Bloomy Controls.

Regards

Alex Roizman

Juan Miguel Delgado García de Soria wrote in message
<37449317.59BE0AE0@viautil.com>...
>Anyone knows somehting about this question?
>It would be very interesting to get some information about it, cos
>labView lead you to work with Data Adquisition and with funtion
>generetors hardware.
>

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