Free fuzzy relational and rule-based modelling software

At Strathclyde Univesity in Glasgow, Scotland, we have been working on applications of fuzzy modelling for control and real-time modelling in the
process industries. We have been working mainly with relational models and have developed our own identification techniques and model inversion routines. A few years ago, some of us decided to form a company to exploit these techniques. The technical side was a great success - we produced a suite of software and won several innovation awards, but the commercial side was a bit of a disaster and we failed to generate sufficient business.
After a few years of wondering what to do with the software, I've decided to release it free for anyone to use. I had already announced this on the newsgroup and had several requests for the release of the source code. I've now released this too, under the terms of the GNU GPL license.
You can pick up the software, and view a list of relevant publications at:
http://www.strath.ac.uk/Departments/ChemEng/staff_pages/clgs03/toppage12.htm
The software is fully documented (pdf files included in the zip download). I'm afraid I can't offer free support for either the software or the source code. I am, however, willing to talk to anyone who can offer the prospect of funding to allow us to get this work started again!
Bruce Postlethwaite
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