Basic Question

Peter Hirsch (peter@futec1.com)
Thu, 17 Jun 1999 12:37:10 +0200 (MET DST)

I understand that fuzzy logic allows the implementation of rules to control
a situation. (I refer to Fuzzy Tech's application note about a boiler
temperature control system for a home heating system in which 405 rules were
identified. (www.fuzzytech.com/e_a_esa.htm) I also have read that this sort
of rule based logic is difficult to implement with conventional logic and
code. Could somebody explain this a little bit more? I don't understand
where the difficulty lies.

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