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  • ...Vojtas 2001 and D. Dubois D. and H. Prade 1996). In accordance with fuzzy logic ideas, the aim is to manage information vague in nature. ...tion is formalized by a fuzzy equivalence. In the particular case of logic programming the unification process is relaxed since the identity is substituted by
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  • * Gerla G., Fuzzy Logic Programming and fuzzy control, ''Studia Logica'', 79 (2005) 231-254. ...ting M., Bilattices and semantics of logic programming, ''Journal of Logic Programming'', 11 (1991) pp. 91-116.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Fuzzy logic programming]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Formal fuzzy logic}}
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  • {{r|Logic}} {{r|Fuzzy logic programming}}
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  • ...Vojtas 2001 and D. Dubois D. and H. Prade 1996). In accordance with fuzzy logic ideas, the aim is to manage information vague in nature. ...tion is formalized by a fuzzy equivalence. In the particular case of logic programming the unification process is relaxed since the identity is substituted by
    1 KB (217 words) - 03:34, 15 September 2013
  • * Gerla G., Fuzzy Logic Programming and fuzzy control, ''Studia Logica'', 79 (2005) 231-254. ...ting M., Bilattices and semantics of logic programming, ''Journal of Logic Programming'', 11 (1991) pp. 91-116.
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  • '''Fuzzy [[logic]]''' is a relatively new chapter of [[formal]] logic whose aim is to formalize the reasonings involving predicates that are vagu ...interpreted by a fuzzy subset. Notice that in literature the name ''"fuzzy logic"'' also denotes a large series of topics based on an informal usage of the
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  • ...t ways. However, the subject is unified in that a principal task of the [[logician]] is the same across these branches: to advance an account of valid (i.e ...ome an area of confluence and intersection of mathematics and philosophy. Logic is also studied and applied in such diverse areas as [[law]], [[linguistics
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Fuzzy logic programming]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Formal fuzzy logic}}
    447 B (58 words) - 21:43, 11 January 2010
  • ...hms, [[knowledge representation]], [[machine learning]], [[object oriented programming]], [[natural language understanding]], and [[expert systems]]. However * [[Fuzzy logic]]
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  • * Fuzzy logic (used with thesauri) ...oving suffixes may help.<ref>Porter MF. An algorithm for suffix stripping. Program. 1980;14:130–7.</ref>
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  • ...se of new evidence. Monotonic logic answers in the negative, non-monotonic logic answers in the affirmative. Non-monotonic logic is used routinely in everyday life and research. An example: "being a bird,
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  • ...hods of clinical reasoning include probabilistic (Bayesian), causal (physiologic), and deterministic (rule-based).<ref name="pmid2655522">{{cite journal | a ...r=Eddy DM, Clanton CH |title=The art of diagnosis: solving the clinicopathological exercise |journal=N Engl J Med |volume=306 |pages=1263–8 |year=1982 |pm
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  • ...itutes of Health]] (NIH) Joint Symposium on Accelerating Mathematical–Biological Linkages, [[Bethesda, Maryland]]; on June 12, 2003, as the first presenta Although [[mathematics]] has long been intertwined with the [[life science|biological sciences]], an explosive synergy between [[biology]] and mathematics seem
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