Fuzzy Thinking: The New Science of Fuzzy Logic

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Hyperion, Jun 30, 1993 - Philosophy - 336 pages
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An authoritative introduction to "fuzzy logic" brings readers up to speed on the "smart" products and computers that will change all of our lives in the future.

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User Review  - Razinha - LibraryThing

Interesting book, but as noted in one other review here review, not particularly well written. I found myself skimming the later chapters just to read the quotes Kosko included. Short summaries ... Read full review

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User Review  - NIMBLEPM - LibraryThing

I tried for years to get into this book. Every time I picked it up and flipped through it absolutely nothing drew me in and prompted me to continue reading. Finally decided it didn't need to be taking ... Read full review

Contents

Shades of Gray
3
The Fuzzy Principle
18
The Whole in the Part
44
Copyright

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Professor Bart Kosko has degrees in philosophy, economics, mathematics, and electrical engineering and is on the faculty of the University of Southern California.

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