Integrating common-sense and qualitative simulation by the use of fuzzy sets

@inproceedings{Shen1990IntegratingCA,
  title={Integrating common-sense and qualitative simulation by the use of fuzzy sets},
  author={Qiang Shen and Roy Leitch},
  year={1990}
}
This paper presents a methodology for integrating common-sense and qualitative simulation of physical systems by the use of Fuzzy Sets . This allows a semi-quantitative extension to qualitative simulation that provides three significant advantages over existing techniques . Firstly, it allows a more detailed description of physical variables, through an arbitrary, but finite, discretisation of the quantity space, thereby reducing qualitative ambiguity at source. The adoption of Fuzzy Sets also… CONTINUE READING

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