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Topic: Re: E. T. Bell, Adolf Fraenkel and Ordered Pairs
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Don Cook

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Re: E. T. Bell, Adolf Fraenkel and Ordered Pairs
Posted: May 22, 2007 12:02 PM
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On May 21, 2007, at 2:55 PM, Milo Gardner wrote:

Trivalent language translators are powerful because yes, no and maybe
are added as needed by a single suffix to each word, encoding over
90% of Western speech, and decoding it into the desired target language.

Dear Milo,
I know very little about "fuzzy logic". It deals with not "yes, no,
maybe" but puts a number on the maybe, like 80%. My major professor,
Elbert Walker, realized that fuzzy logic had just grown and was not
on a firm mathematical basis. He's co-authored a book on the subject.
Fuzzy may be the way to go!

Peace, from an Albany Georgia where the drought continues. It's
almost too late to plant crops.

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