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  • rules
  • So I found myself mulling over the simple rules idea and the idea of code containing the rules of its behavior at a low level rather than being imposed by a framework of logic over the top and I thought that I could make that work if I just used simple interface classes at a low level. (codeproject.com)
  • So I wrote it and in writing it realized that while it works it may not exactly fit people's definition of what Fuzzy Logic is, so in being nice I could say that technically I'm bending the rules a little bit. (codeproject.com)
  • concepts
  • This gives the whole area a degree of mystery that separates it from being a useful tool and strands it in the realm of academics/professionals who seem either unwilling or unable to explain the concepts of Fuzzy Logic in a manner that would be useful to people who want to see what it has to offer without spending years studying. (codeproject.com)
  • So I'm going to start with an explanation I gave recently to a friend who has no idea about programming computers at all because it quite simply isn't his field and he doesn't want to know but what the hell if he can rabbit on to me about sport I can try an make him understand the basic concepts behind Fuzzy Logic. (codeproject.com)
  • library
  • The Fuzzy Dot Net series of articles intends to break this restrictive chain by publishing a Fuzzy Logic Library that is free to use with no restrictions in whatever context that anyone who comes across the code wishes to use it. (codeproject.com)
  • The aim of these articles is to not only provide a library but to describe Fuzzy Logic in such a way that as long as the person reading it knows how to program in C# they should be able to follow the articles and be in a position to use the library to write their own Fuzzy Logic enabled code. (codeproject.com)
  • book
  • Most, if not all programmers have heard the term Fuzzy Logic but few could actually describe what it means and until I read Bart Kosko's "Fuzzy Thinking" book I can't say that I was any more enlightened than any one else in this respect. (codeproject.com)
  • back
  • Lately I've been playing around with Fuzzy Logic amongst other things and a constant nagging thought has been lurking at the back of my mind as to if Fuzzy Logic could do the stuff that a Neural Network could do and would it be easier to develop, faster, more flexible? (codeproject.com)