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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 by1 KB (217 words)  03:34, 15 September 2013
 * Gerla G., Fuzzy Logic Programming and fuzzy control, ''Studia Logica'', 79 (2005) 231254. ...ting M., Bilattices and semantics of logic programming, ''Journal of Logic Programming'', 11 (1991) pp. 91116.1 KB (143 words)  03:35, 15 September 2013
 '''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 the23 KB (3,576 words)  21:38, 29 January 2017
 ...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]], [[linguistics32 KB (4,979 words)  02:47, 13 November 2011
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 ...hms, [[knowledge representation]], [[machine learning]], [[object oriented programming]], [[natural language understanding]], and [[expert systems]]. However * [[Fuzzy logic]]9 KB (1,250 words)  00:40, 19 October 2013
 * Fuzzy logic (used with thesauri) ...oving suffixes may help.<ref>Porter MF. An algorithm for suffix stripping. Program. 1980;14:130–7.</ref>42 KB (5,875 words)  16:11, 29 March 2012
 ...se of new evidence. Monotonic logic answers in the negative, nonmonotonic logic answers in the affirmative. Nonmonotonic logic is used routinely in everyday life and research. An example: "being a bird,34 KB (5,174 words)  02:32, 26 October 2013
 ...hods of clinical reasoning include probabilistic (Bayesian), causal (physiologic), and deterministic (rulebased).<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 pm36 KB (4,860 words)  12:03, 18 October 2013
 ...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 sciencebiological sciences]], an explosive synergy between [[biology]] and mathematics seem46 KB (6,635 words)  18:25, 14 April 2021