A Toolkit for fuzzy logic and reasoning with Java and the Jess Expert System Shell
The FuzzyJ Toolkit is a Java(tm) API for representing and reasoning with fuzzy information. The toolkit consists of a set of classes (package nrc.fuzzy) that allow a user to build logic fuzzy systems in Java as well as a supplementary set of classes (package nrc.fuzzy.jess) that include some Jess UserFunctions to provide an integration with Jess , the Expert System Shell from Sandia National Laboratories.
This software was originally created at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) and has been released under the Mozilla Public Licence Version 2.0. The full text of the Mozilla Licence can be found at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
FuzzyJ uses Java Cup v0.10i. CUP is a system for generating LALR parsers from simple specifications. It serves the same role as the widely used program YACC and in fact offers most of the features of YACC. However, CUP is written in Java, uses specifications including embedded Java code, and produces parsers which are implemented in Java. In FuzzyJ CUP is used to generate code to handle the parsing of fuzzy expressions.
To view some examples and the FuzzyJ Documentation go to:
To just access the FuzzyJ jar file for use in your projects, select the 'release' option at the top of the main FuzzyJ screen, choose the release you want and select the required fuzzyJ-x.x.jar file where x.x is the release number. You may also download the full FuzzyJ source code package with examples and documentation as a zip file or a tar.gz file.
Questions? Contact Bob Orchard at firstname.lastname@example.org