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fusie

Fuzzy scala inference engine

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Rewriting from Java to Scala and improving my university project on course Artifical Intelligence Systems.

About project in russian:
http://brunneng.blogspot.com/2013/06/fuzzy-scala-inference-engine-fusie.html

Can be used from maven:
<dependency>
<groupId>net.sf.brunneng.fusie</groupId>
<artifactId>fusie</artifactId>
<version>0.8.1</version>
</dependency>

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Apache License V2.0

Features

  • Writen on scala, and can be used from any jvm language.
  • Forward chaining.
  • Used ideas from Rete algorithm to make it fast.
  • Rule conflict resolution - all variants are equally assepatable. As result - building tree of inference.
  • Possible multiple results in the end of inference (with some probability of every result)
  • Non verbose, strong typed rule definition language.
  • Good error output during parsing in case of any types of errors.
  • Working with variables, rather than with objects (non JSR-94).
  • Supported fuzzy boolean operators with linear or polynomial interpolated membership functions.
  • Possible to use all functions from java.lang.Math and to register own function sources.
  • Possible to write own data sources.

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2013-03-29

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