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Fuzzy Logic and Control: Software and Hardware Applications, Volume 2 by Timothy J. Ross - University of New Mexico, Nader Vadiee, Mohammad Jamshidi

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1 Introduction

Mo Jamshidi University of New Mexico

One of the more popular new technologies is “intelligent control,” which is defined as a combination of control theory, operations research, and artificial intelligence (AT). Among many possible new technologies based on AI, fuzzy logic is now perhaps the most popular area, judging by the billions of dollars worth of sales and close to 2000 patents issued in Japan alone since the announcement of the first fuzzy chips in 1987. Thanks to tremendous technological and commercial advances in fuzzy logic in Japan and other nations, today fuzzy logic is enjoying an unprecedented popularity in the technological and engineering fields including manufacturing. Fuzzy logic technology is now being used ...

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