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03_-_Week_-_02_Fuzzy_sets_1_ - Fuzzy Sets Fuzzy sets is...

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Unformatted text preview: Fuzzy Sets Fuzzy sets is fully defined by its membership functions. Membership function is a function in [0,1] that represents the degree of belonging. CSCI3406 Fuzzy Logic Week 2 (10/10/2005) Let’s start with a simple example • Ask yourself how tall you are? • Would you classify yourself as a tall person? • What is the limit that determines tall and short people? • Let’s collect some figures from you height 1 short tall • “Because Fuzzy Logic is similar to the way we talk and think, it is easier for us to adjust” Cynthia Taylor • Fuzzy Logic is particularly good at handling uncertainty, vagueness and imprecision. • This is especially useful where a problem can be described linguistically (using words) or, as with neural networks, where there is data and you are looking for relationships or patterns within that data. • Fuzzy Logic uses imprecision to provide robust, tractable solutions to problems. • Fuzzy logic relies on the concept of a fuzzy set . • Zadeh introduced the notion of fuzzy sets in 1965 in a seminal paper (Fuzzy Sets, Information and Control, 8, 338- 353). He is a Professor at the University of Southern 353)....
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course ECON 103 taught by Professor Poul during the Spring '11 term at American University of Central Asia.

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