Re: Adaptative fuzzy systems and classification

WSiler (wsiler@aol.com)
Tue, 22 Sep 1998 00:57:45 +0200 (MET DST)

>Using multivalued logic instead of fuzzy logic will solve
>your problem since multivalued logic has a fundamental
>level conditional operation where fuzzy logic does not.

I find your comment mistifying. Fuzzy logic is one of a host of multivalued
logics, ranging from the Zadehan logic (fuzzy logic) at one end of the spectrum
to the Lukasiewicz logic at the other. Which multivalued logic are you
referring to? Or are you referring to a multistate logic, where three or more
levels are permitted?

And what is a "fundamental level conditioning operation"?

Please enlighten me.

William Siler

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