Fuzzy Systems

Fuzzy systems are distinguished primarily by their support for a gradual and continuous transition rather than a sharp and abrupt change between binary values. Information obtained in food process control may be noisy, incomplete, scrambled, erroneous, or generally uncertain (2). Fuzzy systems are most suitable for uncertain or approximate reasoning, particularly systems with a mathematical model that is difficult to derive. Designers are able to represent descriptive or qualitative expressions such as "slow" or "moderately fast" and incorporate them with symbolic statements. Integrated circuit manufacturers have fabricated chips with built-in fuzzy logic capabilities.

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