@INPROCEEDINGS{AmatoDiNolaNavaraWILF03,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 07 Dec 2003 },
  UPDATE  = { 2003-12-03 },
       AUTHOR = {Amato, Paolo and Di Nola, Antonio and Navara, Mirko},
        TITLE = {Mathematical aspects of fuzzy control},
       EDITOR = {Di Ges{\` u}, V. and Masulli, F. and Petrosino, A.},
    BOOKTITLE = {WILF~2003 International Workshop on Fuzzy Logic and Applications},
    PUBLISHER = {ICAR - National Research Council},
      ADDRESS = {Naples, Italy},
         YEAR = {2003},
        MONTH = {October},
          DAY = {9-11},
        PAGES = {1--6},
 ORGANIZATION = {IEEE Neural Networks Society - Italian RIG},
  book_pages =  {357},
  venue =       {Naples, Italy},
  volume =      {1},
  importance =  {1},
  authorship =  {25-25-50},
  project =     {MSM 212300013, GACR 201/02/1540},
  keywords =    {fuzzy set, triangular norm, fuzzy control},
  annote = {In recent decades, fuzzy controllers were successfully
    applied to many tasks.  Their use was based more on engineering
    intuition than on deep mathematical treatment.  Here we collect
    several criteria that a fuzzy controller should satisfy in order
    to represent the meaning of the rule base. Surprisingly, these
    conditions are often ignored and violated. Sometimes this is
    caused only by wrong design, but there are cases when the
    principle of the controller does not admit to satisfy these
    criteria.  We discuss them in more detail and formulate
    conclusions for selection of an appropriate type of fuzzy
    controller.  },
  psurl =       {[PostScript]},
}