Fuzzy logic applications.

Hayward G, Davidson V ...see all

The Analyst, vol. 128, issue 11 (2003) pp. 1304-6

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Fuzzy logic is a modeling method well suited for the control of complex and non-linear systems. This paper illustrates some of the power of fuzzy logic through a simple control example. For the analytical chemist, fuzzy logic incorporates imprecision from measurement noise as well as from linguistic process descriptions to produce operational control systems.

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  • Gordon Hayward

  • Valerie Davidson

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