Q: Evaluation of semantic operations on membership functions?

jhughes (jhughes@SPAM-WHACKERretrostudios.com)
Tue, 29 Jun 1999 16:13:59 +0200 (MET DST)

Hello all,

I have been putting together a set of fuzzy C++ classes for my first FLC
project. After putting together S,Z,Pi,Triangle,Trapezoid, and Singleton
member function classes, I started looking at the other objects I would
need. I began to work on the semantic operators (very, nearly, somewhat,
moderately, etc) and am trying to find a nice object-oriented way to
approach them.

I figure that I don't want to pass in any adjusted factors to morph the
member functions themselves... so I thought I could apply the inverse of the
semantic operators to the crisp input before passing it to the member
function. Does this work? Is there a better way? How do ya'll do it?
(I'm in Texas. :-)

Thanks in advance,
JH

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