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FLIE, C-FLIE and FUN: Fuzzy Logic Inference Engine

FLIE (Fuzzy Logic Inference Engine) has been developed at and used by the Institute of Robotics (IfR), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH). It is written entirely in MacMETH a dialect of Modula-2 for Macintosh computers also developed at the ETH. MacMETH is distributed free of charge by anonymous ftp from directory macmeth. All source code is included. CFLIE is a C version of FLIE written by Ahmet Sekercioglu, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. FUN (Fuzzy Using Neural networks) implements some learning strategies for fuzzy rule based systems. Currently the source code is not ready for distribution; interested parties should contact one of the listed contacts at the ETH.

Version: 21-AUG-93 Requires: C CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Author(s): Sjur J. Vestli or Sandra Sulzberger Nadine Tschichold-Gurman Institute of Robotics Swiss Federal Institute of Technology 8092 Zurich Switzerland Tel: ++ 41 1 632 2529/5554/5554 Fax: ++ 41 1 252 0276 Ahmet Sekercioglu Swinburne University of Technology Laboratory for Concurrent Computing Systems PO Box 218, Hawthorn, 3122 Vic. Australia Tel: ++ 61-3-7287163 Fax: ++ 61-3-7287183 Keywords: Authors!Sekercioglu, Authors!Sulzberger, Authors!Tschichold-Gurman, Authors!Vestli, FLIE, Fuzzy Logic References: WALKING ROBOT ADAPTATION TO GROUND PROPERTIES USING FUZZY CONTROL Glauco A. de Paula Caurin, Sjur J. Vestli IFAC/IMACS/IEEE/IUTAM Workshop on Motion Control for Intelligent Automation Perugia, October 27-29, 1992 Filename: FUN: Optimization of Fuzzy Rule Based Systems Using Neural Networks Sandra Sulzberger, Nadine Tschichold-Gurman, Sjur J. Vestli IEEE Conference on Neural Networks, San Francisco, USA, March - April, 1993. Filename:
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