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Anfis with different types of outputs functions

Anfis with different types of outputs functions

Anfis with different types of outputs functions

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Hello.

Im working on new version of anfis usefull to train Sugeno models with different types of outputs function. Meybe someone done this before me.

My problems:

1.
I have lots of errors when im trying to compile anfismex.c in bloodshed dev c++. Meybe i should do this in lcc but i dont know how the Sugegeno model i c  structure should be.
So good c structure for model will be very helpfull.

2.
what is for variable order? It is only for knowledge about used function in model or for somthing more. Now i have checked that it is used very often so meybe it is for somthing more.

3.
Any sugestions and advices.

PS.
Sorry for bugs my english isnt very good but i hopefull that  it is understandable. I have put source with my changes. It not more only the condition for checked different types has been deleted and new  value for order with mixed output functions has been added.

Greetings from Poland.

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