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As Charles Elkan points out in his article, the foundation of fuzzy logic is the notion of partial truth and degrees of truth in any proposition stating facts about real-world objects, whether these objects are entities, events, relations, algorithms, systems, or machines. Facts and propositions are uncertain , ambiguous, and incomplete-and more(More)
The second in the new PH Series on Environmental and Intelligent Manufacturing Systems, this volume explores the state of the art in software and hardware implementations of fuzzy logic and fuzzy control. Covers fuzzy set theory, fuzzy logic theory, and fuzzy control theory, and discusses applications to various systems-from air conditioners to computer(More)
Computer programming skills are a critical necessity for today's students, but maintaining student interest in programming and engineering courses is challenging unless the theory is accompanied by engaging, hands-on applications. Additionally, many schools, especially those in underprivileged areas, lack the resources and personnel to develop or implement(More)
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