Re: Fuzzy to source tool?

Winfried Heitmann (winfried.heitmann@inform-ac.com)
Tue, 2 Nov 1999 17:01:32 +0100 (MET)

Hi Lars,

A very good fuzzy-logic design tool is fuzzyTECH which runs on a
WindowsXX-Platform. You can download a demo-version from
http://www.inform-ac.com . fuzzyTECH can generate plain C-code which
accesses a library for which the sources are supplied. So your
fuzzy-logic program will run on any platform for which you have a
compiler - including microcontrollers (optionally generation of
optimized assembler code is available).

I'm sorry to tell you, that this code-generation is not available in the
demo-version. If you design a very simple fuzzy-logic test-system, you
can send it to me. Perhaps I send the generated C-code to you after I
have checked license considerations.

greeting
Winfried

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