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Fuzzy Logic

  • By: Ken Friedman
  • In: Encyclopedia of New Media
  • Edited by: Steve Jones
  • Subject:General Media, Communication & Cultural Studies

Fuzzy logic is a form of logic created to address the distinctions of empirical reality and natural language. It is used to program computers that can imitate human reasoning.

Understanding fuzzy logic requires understanding classical logic and the problems it sometimes entails. ...

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