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Fuzzy Inference on an Analog Fuzzy Chip
August 1995 (vol. 15 no. 4)
pp. 8-18
A high-speed analog fuzzy processor is described. The inference speed is more than 1 Mega fuzzy logical inferences per second, excluding defuzzification. We divided the system into two parts according to their functions, that is, the rule chip for fuzzy inference and the defuzzifier chip for defuzzification. This functional division facilitates flexible system configuration. The distinctive features of these chips are: high-speed fuzzy logic operation in parallel mode, compact fuzzy systems (chip saving) suitable for built-in application and adaptability of the fuzzy system based on a rule set during execution of fuzzy inference.
Index Terms:
Fuzzy processor, Analog fuzzy chip, Silicon Implementation of fuzzy systems, a center-of-gravity method, High-speed fuzzy operation, Good programmability.
Citation:
Tsutomu Miki, Takeshi Yamakawa, "Fuzzy Inference on an Analog Fuzzy Chip," IEEE Micro, vol. 15, no. 4, pp. 8-18, Aug. 1995, doi:10.1109/40.400638
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