Create or machine-learn fuzzy logic rules for use with an on-line inference engine

           Tweet Previous post Tags: Fuzzy Logic, RESTful API, Rule Engines, SaaS New DocAndys SaaS service supports user-created embeddable Fuzzy Logic Expert Systems. Use rule language Darl to hand-create or machine-learn rule sets from data and use them via REST interfaces. Dr Andy’s IP LLC (www.docandys.com) announces a new SaaS service that supports user-created embeddable Fuzzy Logic Expert Systems.Making use of our new rule language, DARL, users can hand-create or machine-learn rule sets from data on-line that can be used via REST interfaces.Darl is unique in that well-tried Supervised, Reinforcement and Unsupervised learning algorithms exist that create Darl code directly as a result of the training process. The rule-sets created are readily readable and annotated with learning statistics as comments. The Darl language itself is extremely simple, but…


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