Best Reference Books – Fuzzy Logic and Applications

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Fuzzy Logic and Applications subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Fuzzy Logic and Applications along with reviews.

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1. “Fuzzy Logic with Engineering Applications” by Timothy J Ross

“Fuzzy Logic with Engineering Applications” Book Review: This book is designed in a student-friendly manner and mainly contains major advances with fuzzy logic. It also covers illustrations and examples using MATLAB code which helps the reader in learning all the basic operations. The generation of membership functions, and all the specialized applications is also covered in this book.

2. “Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic: Theory and A: Theory and Applications” by George J Klir / Bo Yuan
3. “Fuzzy Set Theory Fuzzy Logic and their Applications” by Bhargava A K

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“Fuzzy Set Theory Fuzzy Logic and their Applications” Book Review: This book is designed for postgraduate students in different engineering colleges. It acts as a textbook for students to learn the basics of fuzzy set theory, fuzzy logic and encourages them to make new applications. This book covers the mathematical part of fuzzy set theory and fuzzy logic which makes solving problems and learning theory easier for readers. It is illustrated with examples and with new techniques to help the reader gain the adequate knowledge about the subject.

4. “Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithms: Synthesis and Applications (Computer)” by S Rajasekaran and G A Vijayalakshmi Pai

“Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithms: Synthesis and Applications (Computer)” Book Review: This book is designed for undergraduate and 1st year postgraduate students in the field of engineering. It can also help researchers and academicians widely. The book covers technologies behind soft computing linked with computational intelligence. It consists of topics like Networks Associative Memory Adaptive Resonance Theory and Neural Networks, Fundamentals of Neural Networks Backpropagation, Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Set Theory and much more. The book also describes the FL-GA hybridisation in detail along with vivid examples from various architectures. Detailed information about various architectures of technology is included in this book. In addition, a CD-ROM is provided with the book for practical representation of concepts.

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5. “Type-2 Fuzzy Logic: Theory and Applications (Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing)” by Oscar Castillo and Patricia Melin

“Type-2 Fuzzy Logic: Theory and Applications (Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing)” Book Review: This book acts as a textbook in many universities and can also be used as a major reference tool. It discusses new ways of building intelligent systems using type-2 fuzzy logic and soft computing (SC) techniques. The book combines type-2 fuzzy logic with traditional SC techniques to build more powerful hybrid intelligent systems using the advantages each technique offers.

6. “Introduction To Type–2 Fuzzy Logic Control: Theory and Applications (IEEE Press Series on Computational Intelligence)” by Jerry Mendel and Hani Hagras

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“Introduction To Type–2 Fuzzy Logic Control: Theory and Applications (IEEE Press Series on Computational Intelligence)” Book Review: This book is mainly designed for engineers, researchers and graduate students who want to gain knowledge about type-2 fuzzy logic control. It describes experimental and simulation results with reference to downloadable computer programs. The book includes type-2 fuzzy logic background chapters along with a literature survey on both fuzzy-logic and related type-2 fuzzy control. Illustrative examples provide a reference for readers to understand the topics better.

7. “Fuzzy Logic For Business, Finance, And Management (2nd Edition) (Advances In Fuzzy Systems-applications And Theory)” by George Bojadziev and Maria Bojadziev

“Fuzzy Logic For Business, Finance, And Management (2nd Edition) (Advances In Fuzzy Systems-applications And Theory)” Book Review: This book attracts readers from business, finance, management and socio-economic sciences based on fuzzy logic. It acts as a reference for forecasting, decision making and evaluations in an environment. The book discusses the use of human experience and judgement to facilitate relatable reasoning in fuzzy logic to reach a conclusion.

8. “Fuzzy Logic and Its Application to Technology and Management” by Dhruba Chakraborty and S. Nanda

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“Fuzzy Logic and Its Application to Technology and Management” Book Review: This book is designed with mathematical information related to fuzzy logic and also consists of information technology and operations management. It covers the application of fuzzy logic in the recent technologies and management schemes. Engineers and technologists can use this book to enhance knowledge about fuzzy logic and its application in different fields.

9. “Fuzzy Logic: Applications, Systems and Technologies (Mathematics Research Developments)” by Dinko Vukadinovic

“Fuzzy Logic: Applications, Systems and Technologies (Mathematics Research Developments)” Book Review: This book presents fuzzy theory for solving engineering problems with uncertainties. It discusses an inference structure which enables the human reasoning capabilities to be applied to artificial knowledge-based systems. The book is filled with examples of fuzzy logic applications in electrical, chemical, computer and textile engineering written in a simple and easy to understand language.

10. “Fuzzy Logic Foundations and Industrial Applications (International Series in Intelligent Technologies)” by imusti

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“Fuzzy Logic Foundations and Industrial Applications (International Series in Intelligent Technologies)” Book Review: This book describes industrial applications relating to fuzzy set theory. It acts as a reference for researchers and industrial engineers. This book is written by many leading and recognisable researchers around the globe including Ronald Yager, Ellen Hisdal, Etienne Kerre, and others. It also covers information about the recent research results and the recent applications of fuzzy logic.

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