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fuzzy control language

Posted on 2011-02-26
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Are there any programs for creating fcl (fuzzy control language) having a gui? Where you can enter values resize the triangles etc. or it has to be done all by hand? Also is there a way to generate the file one the fly in java using jfuzzylogic or once again it all has to be done by hand?
FCL file - http://www.erwintang.com/fuzzydef/position_aggr.fcl
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Have you looked at Matlab fuzzy logic toolbox?

http://www.mathworks.com/help/toolbox/fuzzy/

I know, one thing  it is not Java, and I don't see direct references to FCL,
stiil it seems closely related.  Maybe it still does what you want?
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