Alan M. Thorndike

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Explanations of fuzzy sets usually start out with some example like the statement "John is tall". The statement conveys some information to us, but there is an element of uncertainty and no measurement of John's height is provided. It implies some set of heights greater than perhaps 5 feet 11 inches that would normally be considered tall, but there is not(More)
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