Fuzzy Controllers Handbook
How to Design Them, How They WorkBy
- Leon Reznik
Proffesional control engineers using fuzzy control; BEng/BSc or postgrad in fuzzy control or control engineering or industrial engineering; or electrical engineering or related courses.
Paperback, 240 Pages
Published: August 1997
'Bang up to date, extremely topical, with no readable rivals, this book is superb! It is by far and away the best introduction to the subject I have ever read. Dr Reznik has managed to hit the right tone between academic formality and readability to produce a book whose style flows smoothly and carries you along. Remarkably it will be suitable for general readers in industry and as a course book for undergraduates. Reznik's book will stand alone.' Andrew Parr 'This book is an unconventional ad yet very informative, self-contained and reader-friendly introduction to the basics of fuzzy logic and its application to the design of fuzzy controllers. Leonid Reznik deserves high marks for his achievement.' Lotfi Zadeh ' Thiis book teaches the reader how to design a fuzzy controller and shares the authers experience of design and applications.' 'This is an excellent attempt at myth-destroying and popularizing a sublect which over several decades has gathered its own crust of theory, impenetrable to most people. It is largely successful and can be recommended strongly as an introductory text which is a pleasure to read.' Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Volume 212, Issue 14.