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Giangiacomo Gerla VAGUENESS AND FORMAL FUZZY LOGIC : Some criticisms

@inproceedings{Gerla2017GiangiacomoGV,
  title={Giangiacomo Gerla VAGUENESS AND FORMAL FUZZY LOGIC : Some criticisms},
  author={Giangiacomo Gerla},
  year={2017}
}
In the common man reasoning the presence of vague predicates is pervasive and under the name “fuzzy logic in narrow sense” or “formal fuzzy logic” there are a series of attempts to formalize such a kind of phenomenon. This paper is devoted to discussing the limits of these attempts both from a technical point of view and with respect the original and principal task: to define a mathematical model of the vagueness. For example, one argues that, since vagueness is necessarily connected with the… Expand

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