fuzzy conditional statement

fuzzy conditional statement

[¦fəz·ē kən′dish·ən·əl ‚stāt·mənt]
(computer science)
An instruction in a fuzzy algorithm that assigns a possibly fuzzy value to a variable or causes an action to be executed, provided that a fuzzy condition holds.
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The first pair of cells which linguistic values are in the front of R and CS forms one linguistic fuzzy conditional statement defined by:
Representation of mental models via fuzzy conditional statements
This mechanism of inference manipulates concepts (and thus percepts) by propagating them from premises (antecedents) of fuzzy conditional statements to conclusions.
Fuzzy conditional statements describe relations between two or more linguistic variables in the form of Zadeh (1999):
Fuzzy conditional statements are important approaches to perception-based system modeling (Zadeh, 2001).
The set of fuzzy conditional statements resulted in two linguistic fuzzy rule bases which satisfied Criterion L3.
Such rules are usually more conveniently formulated in linguistic terms than in numerical terms, and they are often expressed as "If-Then" rules which are easily implemented by fuzzy conditional statements (Chin et al.

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