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Proginoskes wrote: > C6L1V@shaw.ca wrote: > > ediebur@rcn.com]]>Jul 7, 2006 7:20:25 PMJul 7, 2006 7:20:25 PMCCHeckman@gmail.com0Re: What happened to fuzzy set theory
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>C6L1V@shaw.ca]]>Jul 7, 2006 11:44:08 AMJul 7, 2006 11:44:08 AMtoni@nukespam.org0Re: What happened to fuzzy set theory
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Sorry for the mistake.

user napisal(a): > If somebody]]>Jul 7, 2006 10:43:21 AMJul 7, 2006 10:43:21 AMTestNewsGroup@hotmail.com0Re: What happened to fuzzy set theory
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fuzzy sets then that is a good source of information:

Jul 7, 2006 10:38:30 AMJul 7, 2006 10:38:30 AMTestNewsGroup@hotmail.com1Re: What happened to fuzzy set theory
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> The only problem is that, in order to get something that works in the > physical realm,]]>Jul 7, 2006 3:17:47 AMJul 7, 2006 3:17:47 AMHan.deBruijn@DTO.TUDelft.NL0Re: What happened to fuzzy set theory
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C6L1V@shaw.ca wrote: > ediebur@rcn.com wrote: > > Fuzzy set theory was quite]]>Jul 6, 2006 6:36:27 PMJul 6, 2006 6:36:27 PMCCHeckman@gmail.com3Re: What happened to fuzzy set theory
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> Fuzzy set theory was quite popular in the sense that it captured the > popular]]>Jul 6, 2006 10:21:12 AMJul 6, 2006 10:21:12 AMC6L1V@shaw.ca4What happened to fuzzy set theory
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popular imagination. I think Japan even built a microprocessor based]]>Jul 6, 2006 7:43:06 AMJul 6, 2006 7:43:06 AMediebur@rcn.com7