Journals Higher Education

£64.00

Hardback

Published: 29 June 2017

544 Pages

235x156mm

ISBN: 9780190200015


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Fuzzy Logic and Mathematics

A Historical Perspective

Radim Belohlavek, Joseph W. Dauben, and George J. Klir

  • Examines not only fuzzy logic alone, in both its narrow and broad senses, but also its role in developing mathematics based on fuzzy logic, and its applicability in virtually all other areas of human affairs
  • Covers not only the currently recognized concepts, principles, methods and other ideas associated with fuzzy logic and its applications, but its primary focus is on explaining their genesis and the processes via which they evolved
  • Contains numerous newly discovered historical facts pertaining to its subject that have not been previously published
  • Corrects some common misconceptions regarding fuzzy logic in the literature
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