A first course in fuzzy logic

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CRC Press, 1997 - Mathematics - 266 pages
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"Classical and Fuzzy Concepts in Mathematical Logic and Applications" explains how to use the English language with logical responsibility, how to define and use formal language, and how to reason correctly. Specific issues examined include a discussion of propositional and predicate logic, logic networks. logic programming, proof of correctness, semantics, syntax, and theorems of Herbrand and Kalman. The text emphasizes the use of logic in computer science, addresses questions in automatic deduction, and introduces a systematic parallel between aspects of classical logic and fuzzy mathematical logic.

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The Concept of Fuzziness
Some Algebra of Fuzzy Sets
Fuzzy Quantities

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