Fuzzy logic-a modern perspective

J. Yen
1999 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
Traditionally, fuzzy logic (FL) has been viewed in the artificial intelligence (AI) community as an approach for managing uncertainty. In the 1990s, however, fuzzy logic has emerged as a paradigm for approximating a functional mapping. This complementary modern view about the technology offers new insights about the foundation of fuzzy logic, as well as new challenges regarding the identification of fuzzy models. In this paper, we will first review some of the major milestones in the history of
more » ... developing fuzzy logic technology. After a short summary of major concepts in fuzzy logic, we discuss a modern view about the foundation of two types of fuzzy rules. Finally, we review some of the research in addressing various challenges regarding automated identification of fuzzy rule-based models.
doi:10.1109/69.755624 fatcat:covmnib2a5amdeppnkzffawrnq