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Name:  Strounteree
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Date: Around 1993


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I would like to get info about fuzzy-logic, a.i., etc. via telnet or ftp. Does somebody have hints for me?



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There was an excellent article in BYTE magazine a few years ago. Check their year-end indices. The July 93 issue of Scientific American has an excellent review article on fuzzy logic. IEEE SPECTRUM October 92, page 58: "Fuzzy Fundamentals"

John Hawley


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