# FAQ About Fuzzy Logic

**Fuzzy Logic**

*one year ago | gizem*

## What is Fuzzy Logic Control?

Fuzzy Logic Control (FLC) is a control system design methodology that uses Fuzzy Logic to map inputs to outputs. The basic idea behind FLC is to use a set of Fuzzy Logic rules to describe the behavior of a system and use these rules to generate control signals that drive the system towards a desired state.

In an FLC system, the inputs and outputs are usually represented as linguistic variables, which are defined by Fuzzy sets and membership functions. The linguistic variables can be used to capture the imprecision and uncertainty present in many real-world systems.

The FLC process typically involves the following steps:

- Define the input and output variables in terms of linguistic variables and their associated membership functions.
- Create a set of Fuzzy Logic rules that describe how the inputs should be mapped to the outputs.
- Use the Fuzzy Logic rules to generate control signals that drive the system towards a desired state.
- Use defuzzification to convert the Fuzzy Logic output into a crisp value that can be used to control the system.

FLC has been used in a wide range of applications, including process control, robotics, and autonomous vehicles. FLC can be particularly useful in situations where the system is poorly understood, the mathematical model is complex, or the system is subject to uncertainty and imprecision.