The design and implementation of a massively-parallel fuzzy architecture

Howard, Neil and Taylor, Richard and Allinson, Nigel (1992) The design and implementation of a massively-parallel fuzzy architecture. In: IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems, 1992, 8-12 March 1992, San Diego, California, USA.

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Abstract

The York fuzzy automata machine (FAMe) is a massively parallel fuzzy cellular automata machine, capable of a wide range of computation. Rather than a fixed architecture, FAMe makes use of reconfigurable logic for implementing the most appropriate hardware for a given program. The authors describe the structure of the fuzzy automata machine and show how large complex fuzzy parallel systems may be constructed. A simple example of the use of FAMe involving fuzzy logic is given

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Additional Information:The York fuzzy automata machine (FAMe) is a massively parallel fuzzy cellular automata machine, capable of a wide range of computation. Rather than a fixed architecture, FAMe makes use of reconfigurable logic for implementing the most appropriate hardware for a given program. The authors describe the structure of the fuzzy automata machine and show how large complex fuzzy parallel systems may be constructed. A simple example of the use of FAMe involving fuzzy logic is given
Keywords:cellular automata, fuzzy logic, parallel architectures, parallel machines, reconfigurable architectures
Subjects:G Mathematical and Computer Sciences > G730 Neural Computing
Divisions:College of Science > School of Computer Science
ID Code:5071
Deposited By: Tammie Farley
Deposited On:20 Apr 2012 12:46
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 09:06

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