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Interpolation mechanism of fuzzy control. (English) Zbl 0916.93041
The author explains the (essentially) well-known fact that fuzzy control algorithms realize control functions which can be considered as functions which interpolate between some (suitably chosen) crisp input-output points. For some particular cases, he gives the interpolation formulas.

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93C42Fuzzy control systems
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