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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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12, The Register-Guard reported President Obama has asked Congress, in the name of the war on the Islamic State, to surrender its constitutional obligation again and grant him and the next president some fuzzily worded authority to take any military action deemed appropriate to stop "terrorism.
i]; are fuzzily equal if they are within the numeric values interval of the same term [T.
Before the Web, a newspaper could sell businesses on an amorphous idea of its "audience" and the idea that putting ads near stories would somehow, fuzzily, equal impact.
That funny hallucination of a day that flashed fuzzily before the eyes then disappeared too soon.
It will be necessary firstly to fuzzily the input (that is to calculate the antecedent) and then, by means of the implication process, to apply this result to the consequent.
We can state this standard of review simply and fuzzily in terms of the law's coarsely gradated scale of possibilities and probabilities, without the complications that belief functions impose on the standard of proof The reason is that we do not expect the judge to retain uncommitted belief in applying a standard of review.
But they serve more or less as supporting players here, while most of "Day of Reckoning" focuses on Brit martial artist/action-pic thesp Scott Adkins as John, a fuzzily defined family man who awakens from a nine-month coma with jumbled memories of having witnessed brutal home invaders kill his wife and young daughter.
Oddly enough, this book is aimed at other groups, including those fuzzily inclined to be against guns.
anyone - young, old, male, female, good personal hygiene, a tramp's personal hygiene) that's helped the rise of Birmingham's craft beer scene: in no way does it evoke the traditional image of hairy real ale enthusiasts, fuzzily gathered around a sticky pub table, deep in impenetrable conversation as if performing a deleted scene from Caravan Of Courage: An Ewok Adventure.
Restitutionary remedies were never as academically neglected as restitutionary causes of action, but they were often fuzzily defined and only partially understood.
Wracked by guilt over botching a previous job that left several people dead, he ends up obsessing on one fuzzily overhead phrase - "He'd kill us if he got the chance" - until he's driven himself bonkers in the belief he's also being snooped on by some dark, unseen force.
But if this azure orb of seven billion souls will soon be scorched to a cinder, we may as well go up with some pleasant PR flannel warbling fuzzily in our ears.