The Fuzzy Systems Handbook : Concepts, Designs and Implementation
"The Fuzzy Systems Handbook" provides an introduction to fuzzy logic, the fast-growing alternative to binary logic that has wide applications from computer science to process control. This handbook leads the reader through the complete process of designing, constructing, implementing, verifying and maintaining a platform-independent fuzzy-system model. It is written in a tutorial style that assumes no background in fuzzy logic on the reader's part. This pack: includes an IBM DOS diskette, with all the book's examples implemented in C++ code; provides mathematically straightforward exposition, with emphasis on practical applications; presents case studies on fraud detection, entropy, managed health care and metallurgical analysis. It features a foreword by Lotfi Zadeh, who developed fuzzy logic in the 1960s.
- Mixed media product | 512 pages
- 190.5 x 231.14 x 35.56mm | 1,202.01g
- 01 Mar 1994
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- glossary, bibliography, index
Table of contents
Fuzzy systems and fuzzy models; the fuzzy world model; fuzzy sets; fuzzy logic; approximate reasoning; constructing a fuzzy system model; case studies and advanced fuzzy system modelling techniques; fuzzy database and objectbase operations; N-dimensional fuzzy models; adaptive fuzzy systems models; fuzzy models with multiple experts; hybrid fuzzy and neural co-operating systems; model stability; validation and performancce metrics; production systems installation and maintenance.