A new specification language, named Fuzzy Markup Language (FML), is presented in this standard, exploiting the benefits offered by eXtensible Markup Language (XML) specifications and related tools in order to model a fuzzy logic system in a human-readable and hardware independent way. Therefore, designers of industrial fuzzy systems are provided with a unified and high-level methodology for describing interoperable fuzzy systems. The W3C XML Schema definition language is used by this standard to define the syntax and semantics of the FML programs.
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FML-WG - Fuzzy Markup Language Working Group
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- Malia Zaman
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Standard for Fuzzy Markup Language
This standard defines an eXtensible Markup Language (XML)-based language, named Fuzzy Markup Language (FML), aimed at providing a unified and well-defined representation of Fuzzy Logic Systems (FLSs). This standard includes an extendable schema that natively defines the basic components of an FLS and enables the modeling of different categories of fuzzy inference engines.
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