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 Mar5 awarded Notable Question Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Mar24 awarded Popular Question Jan19 accepted What is the difference between mamdani and sugeno in fuzzy logic? Jun10 accepted Representing non-fuzzy memberships May29 awarded Tumbleweed May22 asked What is the difference between mamdani and sugeno in fuzzy logic? Jan30 revised Representing non-fuzzy memberships edited tags Jan30 awarded Student Jan30 asked Representing non-fuzzy memberships Nov20 awarded Teacher Nov18 answered Exciting games and material to motivate children to math Nov18 awarded Scholar Nov18 accepted Applying fuzzy logic to determine the degree to which a project is complete Nov18 comment Applying fuzzy logic to determine the degree to which a project is complete 1- True. I should have explained this better 2- Yes in this case true so accepted :) can you point me in the direction of where I could learn about introducing a weighting to the tasks and the impact this would have, I think the only real weighting I could introduce in this particular case would be a priority to each task, meaning higher priority tasks would have a greater weighting towards project completion than those with lower priorities. Nov17 awarded Editor Nov17 revised Applying fuzzy logic to determine the degree to which a project is complete added 59 characters in body Nov17 comment Applying fuzzy logic to determine the degree to which a project is complete I'm not concerned with the tasks, they only have one value, its the total completeness of the project (that is made up of these tasks) I'm interested in determining. I'd like to know if this is the same as the average task completion. Nov16 comment Applying fuzzy logic to determine the degree to which a project is complete Thats correct, I'm interested in finding out how complete the whole project is. I'm also curious as to whether this would be the same as average completeion of a task or not. Nov16 comment Applying fuzzy logic to determine the degree to which a project is complete Sorry. T represented the task, so task 1, task 2 etc, and the decimal representing the degree of membership to that fuzzy set