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Subject:Fuzzy Logic (formerly intuition vs. background) From:Brian Daley <briand -at- MEI -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 6 Jan 1994 11:50:57 -0600
Rick Ells writes:
>In other words, we might do better to study FUZZY LOGIC concepts (which
>attempt to describe decision making given uncertainty) as they relate to
>human decision making, rather than old definitions of intuition.
Does anyone else have knowledge of fuzzy logic that they'd like to share?
Any books you'd like to recommend?
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