ERUDIT, European Network in Uncertainty Techniques Developments for Use in Information Technology

  • Jantzen, Jan (Project Manager)
  • Mamdani, E.H. (Project Participant)
  • Zimmermann, H.-J. (Project Participant)

Project Details


ERUDIT is an open network concerning modelling with uncertainty and fuzzy logic. Its objective is to establish a communication network for researchers, students and practitioners.
Our contribution is to co-chair the training and education committee.
A service centre in Aachen, Germany, holds the network together. ERUDIT uses Internet, World Wide Web, and a newsletter to disseminate information. There are eight committees other than the human resources committee, and the network comprises 235 nodes consisting of 60% universities and 40% industrial nodes. The network is an ESPRIT Network Of Excellence (contract no 8193). See also
The project has been extended into a second phase, ERUDIT 2.
Effective start/end date01/01/199531/03/2000


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