University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA





[Course] [Description] [Recommended Texts] [Assignments] [Exam Dates] [Teaching Assistant] 

[Resources] [Introduction to Fuzzy Logic] [Books on Fuzzy Logic] [Journals] [Relevant Newsgroups] [Fun with Fuzzy Logic] 


Fuzzy Logic and Its Applications

This special interest course is taught by Professor Magdi Ragheb. The class meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays at 8 A.M.  in the Room 206 Transportation Building (General Engineering) 

Course Objectives:  
This course provides motivation and sets direction of further study for many students in different fields of engineering, by emphasizing the potential importance of Fuzzy Logic in applications in Symbolic and Connectionist Artificial Intelligence Systems, and hybrids of them in the monitoring and control of future engineering systems; with the objective of maximizing their level of productivity, efficiency and operational safety.   


Introductory Material on Fuzzy Logic 





  Please contact us with any feedback concerning this page.

  Last update on Thursday, October 24, 2013