Fuzzy Development Stations and Fuzzy Inference Processors
With the incorporation of fuzzy control into household appliances, “fuzzy” has become a household word. The number of fuzzy applications is increasing every year, providing great incentive to researchers engaged in fuzzy control development.
KeywordsMembership Function Fuzzy Control Standard Specification Inference Result Operation Method
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