Studying about artificial intelligence, I observed a lot of the term fuzzy logic, or fuzzy logic . What is this fuzzy logic and what are its applications? I know it's different from Boolean logic, but what's different about the two logics?

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asked by anonymous 10.09.2016 / 16:01

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Fuzzy logic is a logic that differs from Boolean because it works with a scale of values and not only with the binary scale `true`

and `false`

. This scale of values determines the degree of membership of an element in a given set. In this way, it is possible to be less radical in data classification, because instead of simply saying that an element belongs or not to a set you can say that it belongs with a certain degree of pertinence. Take a look at this article I wrote for more information.

10.09.2016 / 16:07