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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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Looking at the cylinder from above or below doesn't change the image, and the hologram is still fuzzier than modern TV screens.
Each one had to reconcile the 'hard lines' of jurisdictions and property ownerships with the much fuzzier but quite real perceptions of the interrelations within human communities and ecosystems.
It was the first to try to reinvent itself as a warmer and fuzzier retailer, trying to replace that dreary warehouse look with Ferris wheels and shopping neighborhoods.
This is being done at a time when the line between news and advertising and news and marketing is fuzzier than ever," she says, dismayed that National Geographic decided to "hop on the bandwagon.
The message is the opposite of typology: among the races of man, now that we can move freely over the planet and because we are a single species, able to interbreed, differences will become steadily less marked, the sets fuzzier.
But the bottom line of cross-national cultural studies is fuzzier than it is in comparative political economy.
I think the Sixties kind of blew up the generational boundary lines that existed and the demarcation line between adult and teenager has gotten a lot fuzzier.
The focus got fuzzier in a subsequent "Florida Dances" program.
And, when one starts to look at past and current documents, it becomes even fuzzier.
Immersed in water, my world was fuzzier than Aunt Olga's Norwegian sweater and comprehending the instructor's demonstration was impossible.
12) Are not most economies far "dirtier" and fuzzier, more chaotic than even the master of deconstruction describes?