About the book
The real world we live in and the problems of it which we try to solve is complex, dynamic, and uncertain. As pointed out by Aristotle “only an approximation of the truth is possible.” As the advancement of science and technology, we feel this fact more intense every day. Even if we may handle the randomness by probability theory, to process imprecise or vague information Fuzzy Logic may be seen as a better approach. Fuzzy Logic is similar to the decision making process of humans using imprecise and non-numerical information. It may directly process verbal information unlike many other methods. It may be used to combine benefits of human decision making process and computational power of computers. With all these advantages it may be used in all areas requiring modelling, control and decision making. These areas include artificial intelligence, computer science, control engineering, medicine, meteorology, expert systems, economics and management, pattern recognition, image processing, robotics, etc. In this context, this book aims to introduce or support the understanding of Fuzzy Logic and Control principles to enhance the knowledge and application of specialists in all related areas of engineering and science. Book is planned to contain subjects on Computational intelligence, Fuzzy clustering, Data processing, Control theory, Computer-Aided diagnosis, Expert system, Image analysis, and Robotics. Focus of this book is intended to be on the Fuzzy Control Systems.