FuzzyLogic - Cse 352 Fall 2008 Bradford Wagner and Brandon...

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Cse 352, Fall 2008 Bradford Wagner and Brandon Haviland
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1. What is Fuzzy Logic 2. The origin of Fuzzy Logic and its inventor 3. Why use Fuzzy Logic 4. How Fuzzy Logic works 5. The applications of Fuzzy Logic in the real world 6. Where Fuzzy Logic is going in the future
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Fuzzy Logic is a super set of Boolean logic. It adds degrees between absolute true and absolute false. Some propositions may be more true than others.
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