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FOOL & FOX
FOOL (Fuzzy Organizer OLdenburg) is a fuzzy system development tool with interactive 'foolproof'
graphical user interface.
FOX is a small but powerful fuzzy engine. It works based on the databases
created with FOOL.
- Support of most known fuzzy operators (36 different to be
exact). Exact tuning of every application of an operator
possible. Parameterized operators fully supported.
- Five types of standard membership functions plus an unlimited number
of user defined membership functions.
- Fuzzy and/or floating point (crisp) input and output values
possible. No limits except your double-floating point range.
- Graphical visualisation of your self-defined linguistic variables
and the operators via xprism from the Khoros package or Gnuplot.
- Building of multi-stage and/or parallel fuzzy systems possible via
simple shell scripts (or whatever language you like).
- Online help
- Easyily portable fuzzy engine (FOX) with low hard- and software
requirements. FOX only needs an ANSI-C compiler.
- Includes a complete user's manual (~100 pages) in postscript-format
a step-by-step example.
There is a reimplementation of the current GUI FOOL in Java, called Java-FOOL.
Current Version: 1.5
License Type: GPL
Source Code Availability: Yes
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: Yes (tar.gz, for Linux ELF, Solaris, Ultrix and OSF)
FOOL compiles on all machines with an ANSI C Compiler and XView-Libraries.
(FOOL was tested successfully on DEC MIPS, Linux and Sun OS)
Java-FOOL will work on Java platforms.
Binaries: Linux (gnuplot recommended)
Sources: C-Compiler and XView-Libraries.
ftp://ftp.informatik.uni-oldenburg.de/pub/fool/ (FTP site)
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