Approximate reasoning in expert systems

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Madan M. Gupta
North-Holland, 1985 - Computers - 835 pages
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Contents

The Role of Fuzzy Logic in the Management of Uncertainty in Expert Systems
3
Reconciliation of the YesNo Versus Grade of Membership Dualism
33
On Foundations of Approximate Reasoning
47
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MADAN M. GUPTA is a professor in the Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. He received a BE from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India, and a PhD from the University of Warwick, Canada. A Fellow of the IEEE and the SPIE, Professor Gupta has been awarded the Kaufmann Prize Gold Medal for Research in the field of fuzzy logic.
LIANG JIN received a BS and MSc in electrical engineering from the Changsha Institute of Technology, China, and a PhD in electrical engineering from the Chinese Academy of Space Technology. He is a senior member of the technical staff at Agere Systems in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
NORIYASU HOMMA earned a BA, MA, and PhD in electrical and communication engineering from Tohoku University, Japan, where he is an associate professor. He is currently a visiting professor at the Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory, College of Engineering, University of Saskatchewan, Canada.

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