Fuzzy Logic and Expert Systems
The combination of fuzzy logic and expert systems is a fundamental technique flowing directly from the nature of fuzzy logic. Fuzzy expert systems are currently the most popular use of fuzzy logic with many applications now operational in a diverse range of subjects.
KeywordsMembership Function Fuzzy Logic Expert System Fuzzy System Fuzzy Rule
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