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Realization of Fuzzy Forms

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1 Author(s)
Srini, V.P. ; the Department of Microprocessor Software, NCR Communication Systems Division

Fuzzy systems are multivalued logic with a continuum of truth values in [ 0,1]. If the truth values inthe interval [ 0,11 are quantized, the operations max (+) and min (*) can be physically realized. Precisely, if [ 0,1] is quantized into 2m equal intervals then the operation max (+) with n arguments can be realized by n rows of one-dimensional unilateral array, each having ( m + 1) cells. The cells in the array are combinational. The min (*) operation is realized by changing the boundary conditions to the array. Fuzzy forms are expressions of fuzzy variables using max (+) and min (*). These fuzzy forms are realized using the max (+) and min (*) gates.

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Computers, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:C-24 ,  Issue: 9 )