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#ActualKhatharr

Posted 24 April 2013 - 03:14 AM

Tell the truth, I'd be hard pressed to say what is and what is not fuzzy logic according to a true definition.

Logic which is 100% defined by mathematical constraints is not fuzzy.
Logic which is 75% to 99% defined by mathematical constraints is not very fuzzy.
Logic which is 'a little bit' to 75% defined by mathematical constraints is moderately fuzzy.
Logic which is defined entirely by conceptual constraints is very fuzzy indeed.

#1Khatharr

Posted 24 April 2013 - 03:13 AM

Tell the truth, I'd be hard pressed to say what is and what is not fuzzy logic according to a true definition.

Logic which is 100% defined by mathematical constraints is not fuzzy.
Logic which is 75% to 99% defined by mathematical constraints is not very fuzzy.
Logic which is 25% to 75% defined by mathematical constraints is moderately fuzzy.
Logic which is 1% to 25% defined by mathematical constraints is fuzzy.
Logic which is defined entirely by conceptual constraints is very fuzzy indeed.

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