fuzzy logician


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fuzzy logician

An individual who is involved in developing fuzzy logic algorithms. See fuzzy logic.
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At bottom, though, fuzzy logicians are arguing that their logic is different because it makes more sense than classical logic.
(20) Following the work of Russell, Wittgenstein, and FregE, who are popularly said to have led a turn-of-thc-century revolt against mathematical idealism, fuzzy logicians (like Goguen) argue that vagueness results from "ineliminable aspects of natural language" (see Linda Claire Burns's Vagueness: An Investigation into Natural Language and the Sorites Paradox, Dordrecht: Kluwer [1991], Chapter 1.1).
Rather than let the fuzzy logicians determine the status of his work, he engaged his critics one at a time, attempting to address their de-monstrations.
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