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fuzzy

1. Maths of or relating to a form of set theory in which set membership depends on a likelihood function
2. (of a computer program or system) designed to operate according to the principles of fuzzy logic, so as to be able to deal with data which is imprecise or has uncertain boundaries
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Prior to joining TPG fuzzier worked at firms that included Gensler, Perkins Eastman and most recently Huntsman Architectural Group where he was a Senior Project Manager.
This means that, while thousands of us are following the fortunes of Everton, Liverpool or Tranmere in pin-sharp technicolour images on flat screen sets worth thousands of pounds, there are still some Merseyside viewers happy to follow the action in slightly fuzzier shades of grey, above.
They draw influences all the way from the melodic verses of The Housemartins and Elvis Costello through to the fuzzier riff-driven choruses of The Kills and Sonic Youth, to create their very own unique blend of upbeat, relatable, noisy pop music.
As the test progresses and Ava starts to resemble not an experiment but a prisoner, things get more complicated and motives, all around, become fuzzier.
The third class of contraband is called Cyderivative' -- and here it gets a bit fuzzier.
The retina's rod cells absorb blue light for fuzzier monochromatic night vision.
Laney has even proposed various methods to value corporate information--you can choose from fuzzier non-financial valuations such as IVI (intrinsic value of information) or MVI (market value of information), a more bottom-line technique based on how much someone is willing to pay.
poem, epic poem, verse novel - are just getting fuzzier.
For commercial items under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 12, we are hard pressed to give examples where the government would not be best served by a fixed-price contract, but once you leave the commercial arena and move into the realm of nondevelopmental or developmental items or services, the line between fixed and cost type contract becomes much fuzzier.
The specifics may have gotten fuzzier, but the long-term outlook is crystal clear: The Fed is going to tread very carefully in slowing down the QE program.
The Glass camera has a resolution of 720p, a fuzzier image than the 1080p of the iPhone 5 camera.
Enter the number of drinks as you go along and watch the display become fuzzier and fuzzier to match your level of inebriation.