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Book about Fuzzy Logic in newLISP

Postby Lutz » Mon Nov 09, 2015 3:07 pm

Great book about Fuzzy Logic:

http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319231853

all examples are written in newLISP. The complete code can also be downloaded here:

http://www.fuzzylisp.com
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Re: Book about Fuzzy Logic in newLISP

Postby TedWalther » Mon Nov 09, 2015 6:58 pm

Wow, awesome! I'm buying a copy of the book right now. There are a couple projects that could use proportionate control, fuzzy logic will be perfect.
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Re: Book about Fuzzy Logic in newLISP

Postby hilti » Fri Nov 13, 2015 1:07 pm

Great! newLISP rocks :-)
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Re: Book about Fuzzy Logic in newLISP

Postby arguelles » Thu Jan 21, 2016 7:43 pm

Hi all,

I'm the author of the book referenced in this post.

I will be more than happy to reply to any question from the book. Please continue enjoying NewLisp (and Fuzzy Logic, too!)

Cheers,
LA.
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Re: Book about Fuzzy Logic in newLISP

Postby newdep » Mon Sep 19, 2016 10:55 pm

Was great to read thi snews..very nice, Congratiolations on finishing the book ;-)
It's a long ride to the finish with writing books ;-)
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Re: Book about Fuzzy Logic in newLISP

Postby gekkonier » Tue Feb 13, 2018 12:46 pm

Hello!
I'm enjoying your book, and newLISP at all!

I have one question just out of curiosity: In chapter 4.3 you are implementing a simple CSV based database.
At first I would have chosen save and load and build the update, modify and filtering around the built in list functions.
Did you chose csv because you wanted to show some concept or do you think it's more powerfull thatn s-exp?

This book with with the newLISP Manual, CodePatterns and the Introduction to newLISP wikibook gives a really strong foundation for study! Thank you!
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Re: Book about Fuzzy Logic in newLISP

Postby arguelles » Tue Mar 12, 2019 7:44 pm

gekkonier wrote:Hello!
I'm enjoying your book, and newLISP at all!

I have one question just out of curiosity: In chapter 4.3 you are implementing a simple CSV based database.
At first I would have chosen save and load and build the update, modify and filtering around the built in list functions.
Did you chose csv because you wanted to show some concept or do you think it's more powerfull thatn s-exp?

This book with with the newLISP Manual, CodePatterns and the Introduction to newLISP wikibook gives a really strong foundation for study! Thank you!


First, sorry for being so late in answering your question.

I chose CSV because it's a wide standard for simple databases and a nexus between spreadsheets, tables and so on. I've also tried to show how much useful things can be done using simple NewLisp programming.

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This book with with the newLISP Manual, CodePatterns and the Introduction to newLISP wikibook gives a really strong foundation for study! Thank you!
>>>

You can not imagine how much happy I feel with your words. I wrote the book with the following mission in mind: "to create the book I would have loved to have when I started to study Fuzzy Logic theories". Thanks very very much.

Luis Argüelles.
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Re: Book about Fuzzy Logic in newLISP

Postby joejoe » Thu Mar 14, 2019 3:42 am

Argüelles,

Thank you for the meta extension facility! Looks stellar!

Quick question, do you have a license associated w the code?

nL is GPL which allows us to modify contribute it without letting others close source it.

I'm getting a grasp of the idea of fuzzy logic on top of nL! Kudos! :D
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Re: Book about Fuzzy Logic in newLISP

Postby arguelles » Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:27 am

Joe, I'm not an expert on issues about licenses.

In any case, please feel free to explore, modify or improve the FuzzyLisp code at your will. It will be great, I think, for the community.

From experience, FuzzyLisp can be a great tool for developing interesting projects in Fuzzy-Logic. Among other projects, I wrote a system for controlling glucose levels in diabetic rats and then in humans. It worked perfectly well.

If you have any doubt in FuzzyLogic, please don't hesitate to share it here.

Cheers, Luis.
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Re: Book about Fuzzy Logic in newLISP

Postby arguelles » Thu Mar 14, 2019 12:41 pm

I almost forget:

a:) The code from FuzzyLisp can be freely downloaded from the following address: http://www.fuzzylisp.com/downloads.html

b:) For getting the "A Practical Introduction to Fuzzy Logic using LISP" book, aside traditional sources such as amazon, etc., using Google a bit, I think you can get on-line versions of it for free. Just don't tell them I told you!

Sincerely, Luis Argüelles.
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