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February 16, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Control equipment manufacturer Maicom Corp of Kyoto has developed a dedicated workstation for the development of systems that apply fuzzy matching theory: developed jointly with Assistant Professor Hirota of the engineering faculty of Hosei University, it consists of a 32-bit host computer, supporting software, and a controller, and sells for $26,000 or so; it includes a writable memory so that a personal computer can be used to create fuzzy logic applications for in-house use or for a customer; add-ons for the system are priced separately at $1,150 and the writeable control store chips are priced at between $7.75 and $1.50 each; the company is hoping to sell 100 systems and around 10m fuzzy processors.

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