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Question by DINESH
Submitted on 11/14/2003
Related FAQ: FAQ: Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Expert Systems 1/1 [Monthly posting]
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sir we have decided to design a fuzzy logic controller to control the speed of suction motor in vacuum cleaner using fuzzy logic. we are in a confusion how to start with the proceedings. If you could give us a set of proceedures that could help us to design systematically then it wwould help us to a great extent and the other doubt is that whether it could be implemented with complete hardware or else if it has to be built with software which language would be appropriate


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