Re: Do we have proofs that human think in a fuzzy (logic) way?

From: Paul Victor Birke (nonlinear@home.com)
Date: Mon Jan 08 2001 - 02:53:21 MET

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    Cristian Fabbi wrote:
    >
    > Hi you all,
    > I'm searching for papers, researches and other contribution about Fuzzy
    > Logic in educational and psychological fields. I'm particulary interested in
    > issues regarding the way children 0-6 build up their knowledge.
    > The way children categorize new concepts, connecting to the others, could be
    > studied by FL? Why do we say that with Fuzzy Logic we will make computers
    > thinking like human? Do we have proofs that human think in a fuzzy way (I
    > mean scientifical proofs)?
    > I am doing a research in this directing in 4 infant-toddler center (0-3),
    > trying to understand how children learn new concepts.
    >
    > Thank you all
    > Cristian Fabbi
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    Dear Christian

    One thing, they must do some kind of Supervised Learning, a concept from
    Neural Networks. They tend to kept clearly in their heads what works,
    even if seen only once. Hey I can almost remember that.!

    But Fuzzy, I am not sure!
    Paul

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