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Topic: What happened to fuzzy set theory
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Re: What happened to fuzzy set theory
Posted: Jul 7, 2006 10:43 AM
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Of course I should write "fuzzy sets" and "probability".
Sorry for the mistake.

user napisal(a):
> If somebody is interested in the relation between fuzzy sets theory and
> fuzzy sets then that is a good source of information:
> napisal(a):

> > Fuzzy set theory was quite popular in the sense that it captured the
> > popular imagination. I think Japan even built a microprocessor based on
> > it. What happened?

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