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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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He uses few formulae, and has chosen the warmest and fuzziest ones that will work.
Your goal in capturing these dozens of sub-frames is to end up with enough so that you can eliminate the fuzziest images and only keep the sharpest ones (much like solar system imagers do).
Hauerwas baits his critics by insisting that the church's responsibility is to be the church, not to promote justice, by refusing to offer a theology of the state, and by offering only the fuzziest suggestions as to what Christian social engagement outside the church might look like.
To my ears, the hospital curtain sound is perhaps the fuzziest and least comprehensible of these acousmatic sounds; in nay initial transcription of Andra's piece, I described this sound as "someone breathing harshly through a plastic tube," and it was only after I showed Andra this initial score that she explained to me the actual origin of this sound and its significance for her deepest, most distant, and yet most sensationally raw and painful memories: "I also have a suspicion that I was sexually abused in hospital, and that this is bound up with the sound of hospital curtains closing.
Largely dumping Gilbert's eloquent, freewheeling ruminations on the nature of God, Murphy simply cherry-picks the warmest, fuzziest moments from his source material, then flattens them with sentimental beats, easy laughs and a few outright falsifications (in the film's rejiggered history of events, Liz and Felipe actually meet cute after a car accident).