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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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Glegg's front to-day was more fuzzy and lax than usual, she had a design under it: she intended the most pointed and cutting allusion to Mrs.
There had been a time, in extreme youth, when his feminine ideal was the sort of girl who has fuzzy, golden hair, and drops things.
Fanzhang, Li, and Zhao present the results of their study of dynamic fuzzy data since 1994, after several revisions based on the reception of a first draft used in graduate courses at Soochow University in China.
L-fuzzy sets constitute a generalization of the notion of Zadeh's [26] fuzzy sets and were introduced by Goguen [8] in 1967, later Atanassov introduced the notion of the intuitionistic fuzzy sets [1] Gau and Buehrer [7] defined vague sets.
The fuzzy output is obtained mainly from the two inputs: initial position and movement velocity.
fuzzy numbers instead of precise numbers, which will authenticate the reliability and appropriateness of obtained results.
Twirl the fuzzy wire around your finger and compress to form an oval shape.
Recently, serval reasoners for very expressive fuzzy Description Logics have been implemented.
Fuzzy Logix has launched advanced analytics suite DB Lytix on Cloudera Enterprise 5.
To solve these problems, the paper uses fuzzy PID control strategy.
The input variables in a fuzzy control system are general mapped by sets of membership functions known as "fuzzy sets".
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