Fuzzy Logic: A Practical Approach focuses on the processes and approaches involved in fuzzy logic, including fuzzy sets, numbers, and decisions. The book first elaborates on fuzzy numbers and logic, fuzzy systems on the job, and Fuzzy Knowledge Builder. Discussions focus on formatting the knowledge base for an inference engine, personnel detection system, using a knowledge base in an inference engine, fuzzy business systems, industrial fuzzy systems, fuzzy sets and numbers, and quantifying word-based rules. The text then elaborates on designing a fuzzy decision and Fuzzy Thought Amplifier for complex situations. Topics include origins of cognitive maps, Fuzzy Thought Amplifier, training a map to predict the future, introducing the Fuzzy Decision Maker, and merging interests. The publication takes a look at fuzzy associative memory, fuzzy sets as hypercube points, and disk files and descriptions, including Fuzzy Thought Amplifier, Fuzzy Decision Maker, and composing and creating a memory. The text is a valuable source of data for researchers interested in fuzzy logic.