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20 Mar fuzzy logic

Fuzzy Guy

A form of reasoning that incorporates multiple criteria for making decisions and multiple values for evaluating possibilities. Fuzzy logic differs from dichotomous logic in that, while dichotomous logic expects to derive a solution by deciding whether each of the constraints or parameters is true or false, fuzzy reasoning permits scales of conditions and shades of values. It is less interested in truth and more in practicality.

Fuzzy Logic and the Mind-Brain Dichotomy

Context Powers Backward Chaining Logic

Dichotomy vs. Continuum

Keywords References
paradox  algorithms
exception  associationism
chaos  chaos
constraint  connectionism
confidence  fuzzy logic
logic   belief  neural networks
multi-valued logic  learning
determinism   non-determinism
dichotomous logic
fuzzy     AI  pattern recognition

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