Welcome to JuzzyOnline V2.0!

First, click here to create a system !

If you are new to JuzzyOnline and/or have questions on how to use it, please read this tutorial.

If you want to see the classic example of the Waiter-Tipping problem :
- Click here for a Type 1 example / Here for a version with 2 Outputs
- Click here for an Interval Type 2 example / Here for a version with 2 Outputs
- Click here for a General Type 2 example

This website uses the Juzzy toolkit, a Java-based library for type-1, interval and general type-2 fuzzy systems provided by Christian Wagner.
The toolkit is open-source and free for non-commercial use. If you want to download it for your own applications, please visit http://juzzy.wagnerweb.net/.

JuzzyOnline is fully compatible with Firefox, Chrome and Safari. Other browsers, especially IE, may not work perfectly.
Javascript must be active to be able to use this website.

The non-for-profit use of this website as well as generated outputs is free, subject to referencing the JuzzyOnline and the Juzzy toolkit publications.
If you would like to use JuzzyOnline for teaching, please contact Christian Wagner.