Re: liquid level control with fuzzy

Tony (eclipze@nospam.ozemail.com.au)
Tue, 5 Oct 1999 17:09:19 +0200 (MET DST)

Good point.

I've seen too many designs out there that use fuzzy logic as a
marketing buzz word, when the product doesn't even need it! For
example, a T.V. the changes the contrast with respect to the ambient
light conditions. Single input, single output y=mx+c. Even if it
does constrast and brightness, they could both use a linear equation.

If your going to use FL, make sure that your application will benefit
from it. FL is not the easiest of control algorithm to implement.

Regards,
Tony

On Mon, 4 Oct 1999 23:08:07 +0100, "Steve Jaglowski"
<SJaglowski@cs.com> wrote:

> I missed the initial question but what's wrong with analogue electronic
>control?
>A float sensor feeding a simple integrator which feeds a comparator would
>provide an on/off control signal.
>
>--
>Steve Jaglowski
>
>

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