17 Jun 2003 chaoticset   » (Apprentice)

Okay. Two-rule dealt with. Reasonable results returning.

Now, I deal with the fact that I incompletely dealt with the single-rule case. Sigh.

On the other hand, I feel reasonably close to a model of how to deal with X rules firing, which would be a nice thing to have. Very, very nice thing.

I'm thinking also that if this thing is too slow, I may be able to write a ponder sub to precalculate values and store them in an easy lookup table. (While this violates the malleability of the fuzzy systems, it could still incorporate learning by having cycles -- experience cycles where precomputed values are compared to optimal results (as determined by actual humans, perhaps) and then a learn process where adjustments are applied to the rules through a statistical method, then another ponder cycle to precalculate for speed, then...you get the idea. Rinse, repeat.)

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