Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Rainfall-runoff relationships are widely used in many engineering hydrologic designs in urban and rural areas. Such relationships are obtained through the application of regression analysis in many studies. Unfortunately, in the classical regression approach to determine rainfall-runoff relationships, internal uncertainties are not taken explicitly into consideration.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: With the development of technology and industrialization, problems that haven't been solved in the past have become more easily solvable. The artificial intelligence AI field has emerged by starting to apply the working mechanism of the human brain in various ways in computers. With the use and widespread use of AI techniques, solutions to problems in every area of the scientific world are presented.
In this work, fuzzy logic FL which is one of the techniques of AI is considered. View on IEEE. Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed. Share This Paper. Topics from this paper. Fuzzy logic Artificial intelligence. Library computing Computer. Decision problem Computers. References Publications referenced by this paper. Mamdani , S. Assilian Computer Science Int. Fuzzy Sets Robert I. Farret Engineering A Related Papers. Abstract Topics 15 References Related Papers.
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In our daily lives we frequently come across with circumstances that we think of certain but in fact are not. Prediction of these circumstances in a systematic manner is possible only after making some assumptions. In a variety of social, economic and technical events uncertainty and therefore complexity is always present. It is possible to analyze those uncertainties within the context of the fuzzy logic theory developed by Zadeh. In this study we first summarize the fundamentals of the fuzzy logic theory and then give an application of the theory to a flight problem. The manuscript with title and authors is being submitted for publication in Journal of Aeronautics and Space Technologies. This article or a major portion of it was not published, not accepted and not submitted for publication elsewhere.
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