Syllabus contents: 
EE509,
C3, R3 
Syllabus Instructor: Dr. Edward Sazonov Classroom: SN118, Tuesday, Thursday 11:00
 12:15 

Covered topics
Prerequisites Knowledge
of a highlevel programming language (MATLAB, C, C++, Java). Required: "Fuzzy Logic
with Engineering Applications" Timothy J. Ross, ISBN: 0470860758,
650 pages, paperback, published by John Wiley & Sons, 2nd edition,
2004 Free supplemental
reading available online:
Additional
reading assignments will contain links to papers.
There will be no examinations.
Each student is expected to do homework assignments,respond to inclass
quizzes and submit the final project with a written report on the topic
as agreed upon by the student and the instructor. The final grade will
be determined on a 0 to 100 scale as follows: Peer evaluation
 10% Some projects (homeworks) will be assigned to teams of students, where your partner will be selected on rotating basis. After each project, you will present results, and your performance will be evaluated by your partner and your peers.
Homework will be
assigned every couple of weeks. You should expect to have from 4 to
6homework assignments during the semester. You are required to do all
homework. General requirements
to homework:
Each student is expected to select and write a Fuzzy Logic application program to demonstrate the high level of understanding in the subject of Fuzzy Logic beyond the normal homework assignments. The students will formally present the work to fellow students and the instructor in the last few weeks of the class. Prior to start the final project, the student must provide a written proposal with specific description and objective of the project to the instructor. The instructor will provide any necessary feedback and may ask the student to modify or rewrite the proposal as agreed upon.
Often, a reading assignment based on a research paper will be given to the class. Normally, a quiz will follow the reading assignment to verify students' understanding of the material.
Attendance is required. It will be very difficult or impossible to pass this course without attending the class. Missed quizzes can not be made up unless the student has a formal written excuse or prior approval by the instructor. f during the semester you have ANY question regarding the class, homework, etc. please contact the instructor! 

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Contact the instructor at: esazonov@clarkson.edu
