Conformance to the standard for FML facilitates export of fuzzy logic controller architectures from one fuzzy logic hardware implementation to another. FML (Fuzzy Markup Language) is a new computer language exploiting the benefits offered by eXtensible Markup Language (XML) specifications and related tools in order to define fuzzy logic controllers implementable on different hardware platforms.The scope of the standard for FML is primarily to define a grammar for a tag-based language whose main aim is to provide designers of industrial controllers and intelligent decision making systems with a unified and high-level methodology for describing systems' behaviors by means of rules based on fuzzy logic. This standard includes a "XML Schema" describing the structure of a FML program. Moreover, the standard includes a collection of so-called "FML driver" prototypes, i.e. software systems capable of translating a system description based on FML to a runnable version.
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