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Fuzzy logic electronic controller architecture having two section membership function memory

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A method for setting up the memories of an electronic controller operated in a fuzzy logic manner whereby membership functions (.mu.(x)) of logic variables are subjected to inference operations which are configured as a set of (IF-THEN) rules, each having at least one fore (IF) preposition and at least one consequent (THEN) implication. The memories prearranged to store the data about a set of membership functions tied to the fore (IF) parts of the (IF-THEN) rules separately from the data associating each logic variable (X) with a corresponding one of the membership functions in said set.

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