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This is the FuzzySqueak project site a Fuzzy logic tool create using Squeak an open source Smalltalk environment
fuzzysqueakWorld

To run the application: download from the Download section the .zip file, extract all files in a directory and follow the instruction reported in this section. Remember that you need a platform dependent (Linux/Unix, Mac, Windows) SqueakVM to install before, in order to run the fuzzy-logic.image SmallTalk image file.
Once opened the image file, open a workspace and write:
FuzzyModel start.then ALT + D to (do it).
the main panel will open.
model
Now follow the three steps to build a quick Fuzzy application. In the image you can find an example of the ‘braking problem’ reported in a paper from Prof. Geraldo XexĂ©o 3.6 pg.21, you can read this paper included in the .zip file.
A new article will follow ASAP to explain much better hot to use Fuzzysqueak.
for any request contact me at davide@fuzzysqueak.it.

references:
Riza C. Berkan, Sheldon L. Trubatch, 'Fuzzy Systems Design Principles', IEEE press 1995.
George J. Klir, Bo Yuan, 'Fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic' theory and application, Prentice Hall 1995.
Adele Goldberg, David Robson, 'SMALLTALK 80' the language, Addison Wesley, 1989.