"You have to budget the number of fuzzy rules you use to control a system. It turns out, you can state the optimality principle in three words: 'patch the bumps.'"
Compare to the spaceways from Shambleau (1933) by CL Moore, the space-lanes from Crashing Suns (1928) by Edmond Hamilton,
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