Re: fuzzy and lisp

(no name) ((no email))
Fri, 12 Nov 1999 17:26:11 +0100 (MET)

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Hi,

does anybody know of a fuzzy logic system written in some kind of lisp?

thanks,

Marc
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I've written TFL (Tiny Fuzzy Lisp). Based on the NewLISP freeware interpreter I developed a set of functions in order to provide alumns a way to make exercices about Membership Functions, Alpha-Cuts, display Linguistic variables, generate simple fuzzy control systems and so on.

The results are very interesting and I can tell that LISP is a very suitable language to write fuzzy-logic related code. It took me about a month and a half to write TFL, and the results are really surprising.

Best regards:
Luis Arguelles
R+D Dpt. Director
Carbonar S.A.
Oviedo, Spain
e-mail: iarguellesm@nexo.es

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