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Abhyankar, R.
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, Indiana
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  Applied fuzzy systems
Terano T. (ed), Asai K. (ed), Sugeno M. (ed), Aschmann C. (trans.),  Academic Press Prof., Inc., San Diego, CA, 1994.Type: Book (9780126852424)

This book is an English translation of the Japanese edition published in 1989. It contains contributions by 21 authors and consists of six chapters and an index. The chapter headings are as follows:

  • Introduction to Fuzzy Systems...
Aug 1 1995  
  Fuzzy logic and control
Jamshidi M. (ed), Vadiee N., Ross T. (ed),  Prentice-Hall, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1993.Type: Book (9780133342512)

The material in this book was covered in research and teaching at the University of New Mexico over a period of two years. The book consists of 18 chapters, a subject index, and an author index. After the introduction (chapter 1), the book covers ...

Jun 1 1995  
  A fault-tolerant multi-transputer system for space applications
Castro H., Gough M.  Microprocessors & Microsystems 15(7): 361-367, 1991. Type: Article

The fault-tolerant computer system described here was intended for use as an instrumentation computer on board a Russian mission to Mars in 1994. The system contains four transputer modules (chips). Transputer modules were used because they offer ...

Apr 1 1993  
  Fuzzy systems theory and its applications
Terano T. (ed), Asai K. (ed), Sugeno M. (ed),  Academic Press Prof., Inc., San Diego, CA, 1992.Type: Book (9780126852455)

People interested in the practical applications of fuzzy systems theory are the intended audience for this book. Just enough of the theory of fuzzy systems is presented to enable the reader to follow the applications described in subsequent chapte...

Sep 1 1992  
  Logic programming
Deville Y.,  Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co., Inc., Boston, MA, 1990.Type: Book (9780201175769)

Deville presents a methodology for the systematic construction of correct and efficient logic programs from informal specifications. He assumes that the reader has a knowledge of Prolog....

Apr 1 1992  
  Logic programming and databases
Ceri S. (ed), Gottlob G., Tanca L.,  Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., New York, NY, 1990.Type: Book (9780387517285)

The field at the interface of logic programming and databases, known by such names as “deductive database systems,” “expert database systems,” and “knowledge-base systems,” has advanced tremendously in recent ye...

May 1 1991  
  Functional programming: practice and theory
Maclennan B.,  Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co., Inc., Boston, MA, 1990.Type: Book (9780201137446)

Part 1 of this book deals with practice, and Part 2 covers theory. Part 1 begins with the use of first-order functions and gradually leads to the use of higher-order functions. Part 2 begins with a presentation of the lambda calculus and gradually...

Dec 1 1990  
  Building expert systems in Prolog
Merritt D.,  Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., New York, NY, 1989.Type: Book (9789780387970165)

This book is aimed at individuals who have a good knowledge of Prolog programming and are interested in using Prolog for either building expert systems or experimenting with various expert system techniques....

Mar 1 1990  
  Temporal data base management
Dean T., McDermott D.  Artificial Intelligence 32(1): 1-55, 1987. Type: Article

This paper presents a system for representing temporal knowledge, expressing temporal queries, performing temporal reasoning chores, and carrying out temporal reason maintenance. The system can be regarded as an extension of conventional predicate...

Dec 1 1988  
  A first-order conditional logic for prototypical properties
Delgrande J.  Artificial Intelligence 33(1): 105-130, 1987. Type: Article

This paper presents a logical system for representing knowledge about defaults and prototypical properties. A proof theory and semantics are provided for the system, and the soundness and completeness of the system are proved. The logical system i...

Sep 1 1988  
 
 
 
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