fuzzyTECH follows the familiar look&feel of the latest generation of MS Windows and MS Office software products. The treeview pane enables structured access to all components of a fuzzy logic system under design in the same way the Windows Explorer lets users browse the structure of their PCs. The Editor and Analyzer windows allow to design each single component of a fuzzy logic system graphically.
Linguistic Variables are the lifeblood of a fuzzy logic design. fuzzyTECH's Linguistic Variable Editors enable to simply "draw" various types of membership functions with the mouse. In any Debug mode, the Linguistic Variable Editor also visualizes fuzzification. In Interactive Debug mode, moving the red arrow with the mouse simulates input conditions.
The Fuzzy Logic rules determine how the system reacts to input conditions. This is where you implement the control and optimization strategies for your solution. To best serve the needs of different applications, fuzzyTECH provides three different rule block editors. The Spreadsheet Rule editor follows the familiar style of a table. You define complete rule bases just by point&click, consistency is automatically enforced. Many experienced users prefer the Matrix Rule editor for complex rule blocks. Entering rules in FTL (Fuzzy Technology Language) format enables you to type in rules in the most flexible way. Either way you input rules, you can always use any other editor to process or analyze them further.
fuzzyTECH's rich suite of analysis tools has set standards in visual simulation software. The 2D and 3D Analyzers let you analyze the transfer characteristics of a fuzzy logic system or its components in any possible way. Any modification of the system is immediately reflected in all analyzers. This faciliates "interactive" development of a solution. The Time Plot analyzers help you understanding and optimizing the fuzzy logic system for the process under control.
While fuzzyTECH already comprises all simulation features for the fuzzy logic system under design, you may also use fuzzyTECH with standard simulation software packages such as Matlab/Simulink™, MatrixX™, and most others. During simulation, you can use all editors and analyzers of fuzzyTECH and you may modify the running system "on-the-fly". All fuzzyTECH Editions, including the demonstration software you may download for free from this web site, come with complete animated simulations of real world processes.