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Neuro-Fuzzy Software for Intelligent Control and Education

@inproceedings{Joaqun2009NeuroFuzzySF,
  title={Neuro-Fuzzy Software for Intelligent Control and Education},
  author={Erik Joaqu{\'i}n and M. Pegoraro},
  year={2009}
}
The theory of fuzzy sets traces its origins back to 1965 after its introduction by Lotfi A. Zadeh. Twenty years later suffers its greatest breakthrough in the control community and after the years its application has been continuously increasing in many other areas. However, there is still some part of the community that remains doubtful about fuzzy logic potential. Some author point out that this is due the lack of availability of free tool. The present work intends to counteract this trend… 

FEUP fuzzy tool II: Improved tool for education and embedded control

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