Fuzzy LogicBook - 1993
Conventional logic divides the world into yes and no, black and white. Fuzzy logic, invented at Berkeley in 1964, deals in shades of gray, and can let computers make decisions more like people. Used first in Japan, fuzzy logic will be part of cars that drive themselves, voice controlled computers, and software that predicts the stock market based on the daily news. Written for the layperson, the authors explain fuzzy logic, what it can do, and who is jumping on the industrial bandwagon. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, c1993
Branch Call Number: 628.9/MCN