Thought Du Jour - Dec. 21, 1999

Bruno DiStefano (bruno@ecf.toronto.edu)
Wed, 22 Dec 1999 08:15:21 +0100 (MET)

"It all comes down to a search of fuzzy rules.
So far that search has depended on the human brain.
The goal is to take our brains out of the loop and
give fuzzy systems their own brains, their own way
to grow their rules."

Page 202

Bart Kosko
"Fuzzy Thinking - The new science of fuzzy logic"
Hyperion, 1993, 318 pp.
ISBN 1-56282-839-8

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