Neural Networks driven Fuzzy Reasoning

Yesterday my son (who is 8 months) was “playing” with one of my computers (playing consisting mostly of banging the keyboard). It was a fresh installation, so I didn’t pay much attention.

When I had a look at the screen, I saw one document open: it was an old work I did as part of an undergraduate course “Neural Network Reason Fuzzy Reasoning” (sort of a report on some soft computing techniques). It must have been in a dropbox folder where I dump almost everything.

I found this funny, as now deep-learning made NN popular again. Maybe my son was aware of current trends, and wanted to remind me of my past 😉

Anyway, I think this was enough of an odd event that I should mark it with this post!

I’m a linking that old work too (in italian).

Neural Networks Driven Fuzzy Reasoning (download)

 

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