Between Mind and Computer: Fuzzy Science and Engineering

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World Scientific, 1993 - Mathematics - 387 pages
The ?Fuzzy Explosion? emanating from Japan has compelled more people than ever to ponder the meaning and potential of fuzzy engineering. Scientists all over are now beginning to harness the power of fuzzy recognition and decision-making ? reminescent of the way the human mind works ? in computer applications.In this book a blue-ribbon list of contributors discusses the latest developments in topics such as possibility logic programming, truth-valued flow inference, fuzzy neural-logic networks and default knowledge representation. This volume is the first in a series aiming to document advances in fuzzy set theory and its applications.
 

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Contents

Basic Notions
1
An Automatic Startup and Shutdown Control of a Drumtype
31
Applicability of the Fuzzy Controller
47
Fuzzy NeuralLogic Networks
75
The World of Strictly Monotonous Norms
105
A Survey
139
Fuzzy Topology Stratifications and Category Theory
183
Foundations of Fuzzy Logic Programming
225
Optimization of Fuzzy Models for System Analysis Pattern
245
Non Standard Fuzzy Arithmetic
271
TruthValued Flow Inference and its Mathematical Theory
325
Default Knowledge Representation in the Theory of Approximate
359
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