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Introduction to fuzzy systems.


Introduction to fuzzy systems.

Chen, Guanrong and Trung Tat Pham.

Chapman & Hall/CRC


315 pages



Chapman & Hall/CRC applied mathematics and nonlinear science series


Readers need no preliminary knowledge of fuzzy mathematics and fuzzy control systems theory for this self-contained introduction that contains a number of real-world applications of fuzzy logic. Chen (electrical engineering, U. of Hong Kong) and robotics and expert systems authority Pham cover fuzzy set theory, including interval arithmetic and operations on fuzzy sets, fuzzy logic theory, including classical logic theory, Boolean algebra, multi-valued logic, fuzzy logic, approximate reasoning and fuzzy relations, and then give several applications including product quality evaluation and performance evaluation. They describe the fuzzy base rule and fuzzy modeling, fuzzy control and PID control systems and controllers, and computational verb fuzzy controllers and PID controllers. They provide exercises for each chapter.

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