Re: Fuzzy Logic for beginners

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Wed, 27 Oct 1999 14:11:47 +0200 (MET DST)

Previous to any step in learning about fuzzy-logic is to forget all about traditional statistic. I find that people that comes from the field of classic statistic has some problems understanding FL basics.

Timothy Ross in his book "Fuzzy Logic With Engineering Applications", describes a very interesting experiment:

You have two glasses with different drinks. A person tells you: "The glass at left has a probability of 0.95 of being a healthy drink. The glass at right has a membership grade of 0.75 to the set of healthy drinks. Which glass would you drink?"

Best regards:
Luis ArgŁelles
Spain, Kingdom of

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I'm interested in information about fuzzy logic (especially Fuzzy Meta-
knowledge Database and Fuzzy Relational Database). I'm new to fuzzy
logic, but I have a lot of different computer knowledge and have
studied a lot of science regarding statistics. So if anybody knows some
good sites, which have a lot of information to a beginner then I will
be very pleased.

Thanks in advance

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      KaLiSaris
In search of knowledge
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