Re: Fuzzy Hardware?

Xiccarph (portw002@tc.umn.edu)
Sat, 30 Jan 1999 22:44:56 +0100 (MET)

I read in a fuzzy logic book...I believe it was in Kosko's Fuzzy Thinking but
don't have the book here to check...that the Japanese were working on a true
fuzzy computer...which I assume means one whose CPU's architecture was based on
fuzzy rather than boolean operations. No doubt such a thing's development is
someone's corporate secret, but something must be known about its progress, if
the project exists. Also no doubt, such an animal would be unlikely to remain
hidden is secret labs very well. Anyone know of anything?
Mike

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