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# Fuzzy logic previous papers please?

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###### December 14, 2008 7:35PM

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###### Asked in Computers

### What is fuzzy function?

###### Asked in Engineering

### What is definition for fuzzy engineering?

Fuzzy engineering is an industry term which generally refers to
the design of a product that benefits from fuzzy logic. Fuzzy logic
contracts with traditional digital logic in that it utilizes a
weighted non-binary result making process. For example, if two
sensors were connected to a fuzzy logic algorithm, each sensor
might respond slightly differently from the other. Depending on
which sensor produced the "best result" a weight would be assigned.
That weight would then be applied as a bias and a "fuzzy" response
would be produced.
Fuzzy logic is of particular value in the fields of artificial
intelligence, robotics, feedback loop modeling and in human
mimicktry. Because fuzzy logic produces a result which is not "0"
or "1" it is well suited in applications that require computational
results for life's "grey areas".

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Electronics Engineering, Technology

### What is a fuzzy algorithm?

It would probably be an algorithm using fuzzy logic.
Traditional logic has only two possible outcomes, true or false.
Fuzzy logic instead uses a graded scale with many intermediate
values, like a number between 0.0 and 1.0. (Similar to what
probability theory does.)
A fuzzy algorithm would then use fuzzy logic to operate on inputs
and give a result. Applications include control logic (controlling
engine speed, for instance, where it can be handy to have some
intermediate values between "full speed" and "full stop") and edge
detection in images.
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###### Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

### What has the author G Chen written?

G. Chen has written:
'Introduction to fuzzy sets, fuzzy logic, and fuzzy control
systems' -- subject(s): Soft computing, Fuzzy systems
'Introduction to fuzzy systems' -- subject(s): Fuzzy systems,
Fuzzy logic
'An overview of instability and fingering during immiscible
fluid flow in porous and fractured media' -- subject(s):
Mathematical models, Hydrogeology, Radioactive waste disposal in
the ground
'From chaos to order' -- subject(s): Chaotic behavior in
systems, Industrial applications

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Database Programming, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science

### What is fuzzy logic?

computer-based system(it contains both hard ware and software)
that can process data that are incomplete or only partially
correct
Fuzzy logic was introduced as an artificial intelligence
technique, when it was realized that normal boolean logic would not
suffice. When we make intelligent decisions, we cannot limit
ourselves to "true" or "false" possibilities (boolean). We have
decisions like "maybe" and other shades of gray. This is what is
introduced with fuzzy logic: the ability to describe degrees of
truth.
Example:
in fuel station if you stop a fuel injecting motor at
1.55897ltrs.it can be done with the help of fuzzy logic.fuzzy has a
meaning like accurate.

###### Asked in Probability, The Difference Between

### What is the Difference between fuzzy logic and probability?

The difference between probability and fuzzy logic is clear when
we consider the underlying concept that each attempts to model.
Probability is concerned with the undecidability in the outcome of
clearly defined and randomly occurring events, while fuzzy logic is
concerned with the ambiguity or undecidability inherent in the
description of the event itself. Fuzziness is often expressed as
ambiguity rather than imprecision or uncertainty and remains a
characteristic of perception as well as concept.

###### Asked in Database Programming, Math and Arithmetic, Computer Science

### What is a fuzzy logic?

A mathematical technique for dealing with imprecise data and
problems that have many solutions rather than one. Although it is
implemented in digital computers which ultimately make only yes-no
decisions, fuzzy logic works with ranges of values, solving
problems in a way that more resembles human logic. Fuzzy logic is
used for solving problems with expert systems and real-time systems
that must react to an imperfect environment of highly variable,
volatile or unpredictable conditions. It "smoothes the edges" so to
speak, circumventing abrupt changes in operation that could result
from relying on traditional either-or and all-or-nothing logic.

###### Asked in Probability

### What is relationship of fuzzy logic with probability theory?

Probability theory deals with a events which have a range of
probabilities of occurring, rather than a dichotomy of "happen" or
"not happen". In a similar fashion, fuzzy logic deals with truth
values that are not dichotomic: TRUE or FALSE, but have a range of
intermediate values such as mostly true etc.

###### Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

### What has the author W B Vasantha Kandasamy written?

W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy has written:
'Analysis of Social Aspects of Migrant Labourers Living with
HIV/AIDS Using Fuzzy Theory and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps'
'Fuzzy cognitive maps and neutrosophic cognitive maps' --
subject(s): Fuzzy logic, Symbolic and mathematical Logic
'Super fuzzy matrices and super fuzzy models for social
scientists' -- subject(s): Fuzzy mathematics, Mathematics, Social
sciences
'Smarandache Loops'
'Smarandache rings' -- subject(s): Rings (Algebra), Semigroup
rings, Smarandache notions
'Methods in industrial biotechnology for chemical engineers' --
subject(s): Biotechnology, Medhodology, Chemical engineering,
Methodology
'Fuzzy relational maps and neutrosophic relational maps' --
subject(s): Fuzzy logic, Fuzzy systems
'Smarandache Semigroups'
'Smarandache near-rings' -- subject(s): Near-rings, Smarandache
function
'New classes of neutrosophic linear algebras' -- subject(s):
Linear Algebras, Neutrosophic logic
'Rank distance bicodes and their generalization' -- subject(s):
Coding theory
'Basic Neutrosophic Algebraic Structures and Their Applications
to Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Models (Neutrosophic Book)'
'Special set linear algebra and special set fuzzy linear
algebra' -- subject(s): Linear Algebras, Fuzzy sets