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Fuzzy logic applications: technological and strategic issues

Author: Dutta, Soumitra INSEAD Area: Technology and Operations ManagementIn: IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, vol. 40, no. 3, 1993 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 237-254.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask the Library for this articleAbstract: Fuzzy logic was invented about 25 years ago. The past few years have seen an extraordinary spurt in the commercialisation of the technology. Not only has fuzzy logic significantly enhanced knowledge-based/expert system technology, it has fundamentally altered the granulatory of intelligence. With the help of fuzzy logic, manufacturers of home appliances are today embedding intelligence inside individual products. The application of fuzzy logic has also transformed industrial process of control and enabled new product development strategies. Oddly enough, though theoretical developments in fuzzy logic have largely occured in America and Europe, Japanese companies have spearheaded the commercialisation of the technology aimed at an audience of business/industrial managers, this paper reviews the evolution of fuzzy logic technology and analyses the strategic business impact of the technology
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Fuzzy logic was invented about 25 years ago. The past few years have seen an extraordinary spurt in the commercialisation of the technology. Not only has fuzzy logic significantly enhanced knowledge-based/expert system technology, it has fundamentally altered the granulatory of intelligence. With the help of fuzzy logic, manufacturers of home appliances are today embedding intelligence inside individual products. The application of fuzzy logic has also transformed industrial process of control and enabled new product development strategies. Oddly enough, though theoretical developments in fuzzy logic have largely occured in America and Europe, Japanese companies have spearheaded the commercialisation of the technology aimed at an audience of business/industrial managers, this paper reviews the evolution of fuzzy logic technology and analyses the strategic business impact of the technology

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