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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.
It was an Italian head: fuzzy, swarthy and very vivacious, that rose abruptly out of the standing collar like cardboard and the comic pink tie.
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.
and Kandel, A., "Properties of fuzzy expected value and fuzzy expected interval in fuzzy environment," Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 28, 1988.
Fuzzy sets are useful mathematical structures to represent a collection of objects whose boundary is vague.
In 1965, the concept of fuzzy sets was first proposed by Zadeh [24], which has a wide range of applications in various fields such as computer engineering, artificial intelligence, control engineering, operation research, management science, robotics, and many more.
The fuzzy output is obtained mainly from the two inputs: initial position and movement velocity.
Self-Learning and Adaptive Algorithms for Business Applications: A Guide to Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Systems for Fuzzy Clustering Under Uncertainty Conditions
It's fuzzy. In ye olden days, fuzzy photos were the mainstay of any decent conspiracy theory.
f-s Oil tankers - details are fuzzy doing something fuzzy with a fuzzy object may strike some Pentagon hawks and Whitehall warriors as a just cause for war, until we see some sharper evidence our message to our leaders should be simple: fuzz off.
To approximate those uncertainties exists in the given linguistics words the fuzzy set theory is introduced by Zadeh [10].
The most appropriate theory for dealing with uncertainties is the theory of fuzzy sets developed by Zadeh [13].