A Fuzzy Logic Programming Environment for Managing Similarity and Truth Degrees

  title={A Fuzzy Logic Programming Environment for Managing Similarity and Truth Degrees},
  author={Pascual Juli{\'a}n Iranzo and Gin{\'e}s Moreno and Jaime Penabad and Carlos V{\'a}zquez},
FASILL (acronym of “Fuzzy Aggregators and Similarity Into a Logic Language”) is a fuzzy logic programming language with implicit/explicit truth degree annotations, a great variety of connectives and unification by similarity. FASILL integrates and e xtends features coming from MALP (Multi-Adjoint Logic Programming, a fuzzy logic language with explicitly annotated rules) an d Bousi∼Prolog (which uses a weak unification algorithm and is well su ited for flexible query answering). Hence, it… CONTINUE READING
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