Nevous System: FUZZY LOGIC

Alexander Berezin berezin at MCMAIL.CIS.MCMASTER.CA
Tue Nov 12 19:38:48 EST 1996


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On Tue, 12 Nov 1996 earendil at ix.netcom.com wrote:

> "dog" <dog at dog.net.uk> wrote:
> 
> >The_Mutant_Boy <strangeone at neverland.net> wrote in article
> ><327CEB82.6F4A at neverland.net>...
> >> The human brain is a fuzzy-logic neural network
> 
> >fuzzy logic?
> 
> Yes - look it up. Fuzzy logic is a system wherein everything is 
> NOT 100% yes or 100% no. i.e. it is a mathamatical construct 
> which allows
> "maybes", probabilities and grey areas. It was designed to mimic the
> human thought process.
>  

There is not shortage of good literature on fuzzy
logic now. Taking the first thing from the shelf:

Bart Kosko, FUZZY THINKING (The New Science of
Fuzzy Logic), Hyperion, New York, 1993.
A very good intro indeed.
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