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formal system

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(Logic) logic an uninterpreted symbolic system whose syntax is precisely defined, and on which a relation of deducibility is defined in purely syntactic terms; a logistic system. Also called: formal theory or formal calculus Compare formal language
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Add to that the high-performance graphic processors and logic systems needed to gather, interpret, integrate, and act.
This paper is organized as follows: Section 2 describes concepts of fuzzy logic systems, Section 3 describes the concepts of fuzzy logic controllers, Section 4 describes the original harmony search method, Section 5 describes the proposed method, Section 6 shows the description of the ball and beam controller, Section 7 presents experiments and results, Section 8 presents a statistical comparison, and finally Section 9 offers the conclusions.
In above literature, fuzzy logic systems were employed to approximate the uncertain functions.
Mendel, "Introduction to type-2 fuzzy logic systems," in Proceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, vol.
This method is effective and superior for handling parametric and structure uncertainties, external disturbances in integer-order nonlinear systems [28, 29], where tracking error is developed to update adjusted parameters and fuzzy logic systems or neural networks are introduced to model unknown physical systems as well as to approximate unknown nonlinear functions.
The acquisition of Lumata follows Evolving Systems' acquisitions of Sixth Sense Media in 2015, and Business Logic Systems in 2017.
As backup, certain larger airports have expensive "safety logic systems" to provide oversight and conflict warnings.
Fuzzy logic systems are used to approximate the fully unknown nonlinear functions of the systems.
We made distinctions between the Boolean logic systems and the neutrosophic logic systems.