(To be removed) Open Membership Function Editor
mfedit will be removed in a future release. For more information, see
To be removed.
Using the Membership Function Editor, you specify the range of each input and output variables. Then, for each variable, you define the number of membership functions, the type of each membership function, and the membership function parameters.
The Fuzzy Logic Designer app consists of several interactive interfaces for creating a fuzzy inference system (FIS), including the Membership Function Editor. For more information on interactively creating fuzzy systems, see Build Fuzzy Systems Using Fuzzy Logic Designer.
mfedit opens the Membership Function Editor with no fuzzy inference
mfedit( opens the Membership Function
Editor and loads a fuzzy inference system from the file specified by
Open Membership Function Editor
Load or create a fuzzy inference system object. For this example, load the fuzzy system from a file.
fis = readfis('tipper');
Open the Membership Function Editor for this fuzzy system.
fis — Fuzzy inference system
mamfis object |
Fuzzy inference system, specified as either a
sugfis object in the MATLAB® workspace.
fileName — File name
string | character vector
File name specified as a string or character vector with or without the
.fis extension. This file must be in the current working directory
or on the MATLAB path.
Version HistoryIntroduced before R2006a
R2022b: To be removed
mfedit will be removed in a future release.
To interactively edit the rules of a fuzzy inference system, open the Fuzzy Logic
Designer app using the
fuzzyLogicDesigner(fis) command. Then,
select the Membership Function (MF) Editor document.
R2019b: Support for fuzzy inference system structures will be removed
Support for representing fuzzy inference systems as structures will be removed in a future
sugfis objects with
this function instead. To convert existing fuzzy inference system structures to objects, use
This change was announced in R2018b. Using fuzzy inference system structures with this function issues a warning starting in R2019b.