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    About your comment on the $fis->addRule, I am not sure if I understood it. Could you, please, rephrase it?

Your OP contained the following chunk of code:

$fis->addRule( 'quality=bad & speed=slow' => 'award=minimum', 'quality=ok & speed=slow' => 'award=minimum', 'quality=good & speed=slow' => 'award=small', 'quality=excellent & speed=slow' => 'award=small', 'quality=bad & speed=regular' => 'award=minimum', 'quality=ok & speed=regular' => 'award=small', 'quality=good & speed=regular' => 'award=small', 'quality=excellent & speed=regular' => 'award=excellent', 'quality=bad & speed=fast' => 'award=small', 'quality=ok & speed=fast' => 'award=good', 'quality=good & speed=fast' => 'award=good', 'quality=excellent & speed=fast' => 'award=excellent', 'quality=bad & speed=fastest' => 'award=small', 'quality=ok & speed=fastest' => 'award=good', 'quality=good & speed=fastest' => 'award=excellent', 'quality=excellent & speed=fastest' => 'award=excellent', );
and I was wondering if that could be replaced with just an array (in my original post), for prevention of errors and maintainability.

Just a thought.

Alex / talexb / Toronto

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In reply to Re^3: RFC: A Beginners Guide to Fuzzy Rules-Based Systems by talexb
in thread RFC: A Beginners Guide to Fuzzy Rules-Based Systems by lin0

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