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# My Study on Fuzzy Logic

**Tutorial Doctor**, 18 April 2014 · 566 views

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And I am very glad that I was introduced to this sooner than later. Right now I have been trying to implement fuzzy logic, but I quickly found myself reverting back to Boolean logic, or using some sort of probability. I just found the perfect documentation of fuzzy logic, and I am going to read this first. I will update my findings here, for anyone who might be interested.

http://www.fuzzysys.com/books/FLLib/FUZZYPDF/FUZZYLOG.PDF

(value-min)/(max-min)

on a scale of 10 to 100 where 10 is cold and 100 is hot:

55 degrees is given as degree .5 in the set.

That means it is halfway between the minimum temperature and the maximum temperature.

If the word "warm was given the range of 60 to 100 degrees, then the membeship of warm is given as:

(60-10)/(100-10)

or

.55<x<1

This means that all values greater than .55 and less than 1 are considered warm.

In reality, I would use temperatures 75-85.