Computing with words
Fuzzy logic refers to a computer's ability to make decisions involving "grey" or "fuzzy" areas. As linguistics contains numerous "grey" areas, computing with words through the use of fuzzy logic is an extremely hot topic in database and Internet research. This book explores the state of the art in linguistic computation, discussing how current research findings are extending the application of fuzzy logic beyond control engineering and intelligent systems into the use of language on a computer. Fuzzy logic pioneer, Dr. Lofti Zadeh, provides the introduction for this thought-provoking work.
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adverbs agents aggregation algorithms analysis applications approach Artificial Intelligence Bandler basic BK-products body systems chaotic cognitive sciences complex computational process symbol computational semiotics computational verb computational verb systems computing with words concept context coreference crisp decision defined Definition discourse domain dynamic entities environment example expert systems expressed formal fuzzy constraint fuzzy logic fuzzy relations Fuzzy Sets Syst granularity human identified important inference intelligent systems interpretation knowledge representation L. A. Zadeh L. J. Kohout labels linear linguistic terms linguistic variable mathematical meaning modified natural language natural language processing neural objects operator output parameters perceptions phrase Premise principle problem Proc procedures propositions query reasoning represented rule induction rules SCIP Section semantic semiotic descriptors sentence shown in Figure signal specific speech speech recognition syntactic texts tion truth tables understanding ural language values verb equality verb model WBK representation WordNet