Fuzzy logic controller Fuzzy logic control is a tool that can transfer an operator’s knowledge in a linguistic form into a controller. This means that operator experience becomes a part of control algorithms imitating human reasoning. Instead of exact numerical values, fuzzy logic controllers operate with linguistic values like low, high, medium, sufficient, etc. This
Authors & references
Professor Emeritus Kauko Leiviskä, University of Oulu
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