Re: Probability Vs Fuzzy Logic....

From: Harris Georgiou (xgeorgio@hol.gr)
Date: Thu May 17 2001 - 03:26:03 MET DST

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    Ο MARCELLO SAVARESE <marcello.savarese1@tin.it> έγραψε στο μήνυμα συζήτησης:
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    > Can someone explain to me the difference between Probability and Fuzzy
    > Logic...?
    > Thank IA
    >
    > Marcello

    See previous postings on "Do humans think fuzzy?"
    In general, probabilities refer to mutually exclusive
    facts/states/situations, while fuzzy logic refers to (not mutually
    exclusive) the degree of "belongingness" (!) in different categores/sets.
    Also, fuzzy functions may be subjective, i.e. not unique for all observers.
    Just think of the term "tall" as viewed by an adult and by a young child.

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    Harris

    - 'Malo e lelei ki he pongipongi!'

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