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Fuzzy Inference and Fuzzy Inference Processor
September/October 1993 (vol. 13 no. 5)
pp. 37-48

Fuzzy inference, a data processing method based on the fuzzy theory that has found wide use in the control field, is reviewed. Consumer electronics, which accounts for most current applications of this concept, does not require very high speeds. Although software running on a conventional microprocessor can perform these inferences, high-speed control applications require much greater speeds. A fuzzy inference date processor that operates at 200,000 fuzzy logic inferences per second and features 12-b input and 16-b output resolution is described.

Citation:
Kazuo Nakamura, Narumi Sakashita, Yasuhiko Nitta, Ken'ichi Shimomura, Takeshi Tokuda, "Fuzzy Inference and Fuzzy Inference Processor," IEEE Micro, vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 37-48, Sept.-Oct. 1993, doi:10.1109/40.238000
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