Basic Concepts of Fuzzy Logic
This chapter starts from the mathematical model of vagueness and imprecision originally proposed by Zadeh (1965) who suspected that an ever-increasing amount of precision in mathematical modelling would lead to almost insignificant models for control systems. Fuzzy-set theory experienced considerable resistance from probability theory, but in electrical engineering it is now widely accepted as a suitable model for the verbal classification of observations and control commands.
KeywordsMembership Function Fuzzy Logic Fuzzy Number Arithmetic Operation Triangular Fuzzy Number
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