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Hands-On Machine Learning with C# by Matt R. Cole

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Fuzzy Logic – Navigating the Obstacle Course

Fuzzy logic. Another one of those buzzword-compliant terms you hear all the time. But what does it really mean, and could it mean more than one thing? We are about to find out just that. We will use fuzzy logic to help guide an autonomous vehicle around an obstacle course, and if we do it correctly, we will avoid obstacles along the way. Our automated guided vehicle (AGV) will navigate its way around the obstacle course, sensing for obstacles in its path. It will use an inference system to help guide it along. You, the user, will be able to create obstacles or throughways, which the AGV either must avoid or can utilize. You can watch the tracking beams work as well as track the path of the AGV ...

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