Re: fuzzy string matching

Jared Boehm (jtboehm@kent.edu)
Wed, 2 Jun 1999 08:48:58 +0200 (MET DST)

> I submit that from another perspective, this algorithm does
> involve fuzzy logic: the presented algorithm gives a fuzzy
> membership in the class of strings that are "like" the target
> string.

I'll settle for fuzzy-like :) In hindsight, there are some ways in which
it follows some principles of fuzzy logic, but in quite a few ways it
differs from what is considered fuzzy logic. I really just need to spend
the time and sit down w/ a good AI book.

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