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Fuzzy logic:

an introduction

Fuzzy logic:
Fuzzy logic is a kind of statistical reasoning, whose foundations can be said to have been laid in the 18th century by the British philosopher Thomas Bayes. With this technique, large amounts of data can be condensed into a much smaller set of variable rules than with rigid logic. The result is an expert system that can process information faster, and provide a more flexible, more human-like response than conventional logic.
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