Fuzzy Logic

Hadas Zies (hzies@cs.berkeley.edu)
Mon, 10 Feb 1997 10:26:47 +0100

To: BISC Group
From: L. A. Zadeh

Dear Biscers:
(Biscer is a mew word coined by Cindy Mason)

As you know, there are some who claim that anything that can be done
with fuzzy logic and possibility theory can be done with probability theory.

This claim is a special case of a more general claim of the form:
anything that can be done with method A can be done with method B.

A good example of this dictum is the following.

Anything that can be eaten with a spoon, e.g., soup, can be eaten with a
fork. True. The only problem is that you may run out time and patience.

As always,

Lotfi Zadeh

P.S. My new parameters are

Lotfi A. Zadeh

Title: Professor in the Graduate School
and Director, Berkeley Initiative in Soft

Address (office): Professor L. A. Zadeh
Computer Science Division
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-1776

Address (home): Dr. L. A. Zadeh
904 Mendocino
Berkeley, CA 94707-1925

Tel. (office): (510)642-4959

Tel. (home): (510)526-2569

Fax (office): (510)642-1712 or (510)642-5775

Fax (home): (510)526-2433

e-mail: zadeh@cs.berkeley.edu

Spouse's first name: Fay

I should like to suggest to all Biscers to provide this information
about themselves to the BISC group.