Nader Vadiee

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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 importantly,(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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