"Ricky" <01900990R@polyu.edu.hk> wrote in message
> It may be a stupid question, but it really a trouble in my mind
> days. We use the mathematics expression to formulate the algorithm,
> use the programme to apply the algorithm, then what is the
> between mathematics and computer programme?
How about "a computer program is a machine readable/executable
implementation of certain logic and mathematics."
> In the world of computer programme, binary nos. (1 and 0) are used
but as we
> all know that there is a lot of things between 1 and 0 in the world
> algorithm. Then, contradition is here.
A single binary bit may not be fuzzy, but a series of 0's and 1's that
forms different patterns may be used to model fuzzy ranges, and,
perhaps even, to simulate analog devices.
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