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March 16, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Not the sort of thing you’d expect from an electronic cash register manufacturer, but Omron Tateisi Electronics Corp says it has developed a very high-speed fuzzy matching controller, the FZ-1000, in conjunction with Assistant Professor T Yamamoto: the controller is claimed to run at up to 1 MegaLIPS – logical inferences per second, 1,000 times the speed of conventional programs, as a result of use of custom analogue circuits; 50 patents have been applied for on the controller, which is claimed to use parallel processing techniques in applying rules in a knowledge base to simulate human perceptions, and apply human experience and intelligence.

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