Fuzzy logic goes to market

Sangalli, A.
February 1992
New Scientist;2/8/92, Vol. 133 Issue 1807, p36
Investigates what fuzzy logic is and how it works. First developed by Lotfi Zadeh in 1965 as a mathematical way of looking at vagueness that a computer could deal with; Explanation of his idea; How it has caught on in the East but has been ignored in the West; Use in consumer products. INSET: 1: Timing the washing with fuzzy logic.;2: A fuzzynating example.


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