"Linguistic Variables: Clear Thinking with Fuzzy Logic" in Toronto

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Walter Banks will be speaking on Fuzzy Logic in Toronto in May. The seminar will be held by the Signals and Computational Intelligence Joint Chapter of IEEE Toronto.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., location to be announced.

More information from IEEE Toronto

Our demos: odd setup issue

Have you tried to install one of our demos only to find a completely different setup program starts to run?


When is a branch not a branch?

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I recently got an interesting code sequence out of the compiler.

Neat XOR trick

This is a neat trick using XOR, the most mysterious of the logical operators. Best of all for embedded, it requires no temporary locations.

//swap two values in place
if(x < y)
  x = x ^ y;
  y = y ^ x;
  x = x ^ y;

Et voila!


Fuzzy Logic zeitgeist, with statistics


I decided to sift through the cache of alerts ... to get a better idea of the zeitgeist of fuzzy logic. ...[F]uzzy logic is familiar enough to be used intelligently or casually, and, it turns out, to be chronically misrepresented as well.

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