sciFLT is a Fuzzy Logic Toolbox for scilab
This is the Revision 0.4 of sciFLT toolbox. By Jaime Urzua Grez Holger Nahrstaedt mailto:email@example.com http://es.geocities.com/jaime_urzua/sciflt/sciflt.html
sciFLT is a Fuzzy Logic Toolbox for scilab.
BUILD AND LOAD
The build is very simple, just type in scilab:
To load just type in scilab:
NOTES: a) sciFLT_Path is where this file is. b) You need fortran and C compiler, also, scilab must be builded with tk/tcl option to use internal editor. In src folder, I implement a simple makefile to build this toolbox using mingw32, see readme_mingw32.txt in src folder
EXAMPLES and DEMOS
To see some examples type in scilab:
Types of Fuzzy Logic systems: At this stage, sciFLT can deal with Takagi-Sugeno Fuzzy and Mamdani fuzzy systems.
SCICOS support (IN PROGRESS): Member functions, S-Norm, T-Norm, Complement and Fuzzy Logic System (fls) are supported. Also include a palette.
S-Norm Class supported: Dubois-Prade, Yager, Drastic sum, Einstein sum, Algebraic sum, Maximum.
T-Norm Class supported: Dubois-Prade, Yager, Drastic product, Einstein product, Algebraic product, Minimum.
Complement Class supported: One, Yager, Dubois.
Member Function: Triangular, Trapezoidal, Gaussian, Extended Gaussian, Sigmoidal, Product of two Sigmoidal, Difference of two sigmoidal, S-Shaped, Z-Shaped, Pi-Shaped.
Clustering: C-Means, Substractive clustering.
FLS Optimization: optfls01.
(1) Add some clustering routines: fcmeans, subclus. (2) Minor code change using new TK/TCL calling sequence. (3) The tk/tcl editor is still in the develop stage, so you can find a lot of bugs. (4) Try to Vectorize code (5) Start to add optimization routines
Copyright (c) @YEARS@ Jaime Urzua Grez 2011 Holger Nahrstaedt
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