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• <<That is possible, but the main goal is to deal with uncertainty.>> I totally agreed with your response about fuzzy logic up to this
Message 1 of 1398 , Nov 4, 2001
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<<That is possible, but the main goal is to
deal with uncertainty.>><br><br>I totally agreed
point.<br><br>Here I must take exception. <br><br>Fuzzy Logic does
not deal with uncertainty. Rather it deals with
imprecision. <br>The two are not the same. If uncertainty is
the issue, then Bayesian and probabilistic reasoning
is what is needed.<br><br>FL deals with imprecision
in both specification and in data precision. As was
pointed out, there<br>are many FL introductory texts
books/webpages<br>that will make this point.<br><br>Fuzzy inferencing is
a kind of approximate reasoning in which
inferencing is done based upon<br>imprecise
conditions/specifications and imprecise data and is
deterministic.<br><br>Is it legitimate? Depends on your definition of
legitimacy. If you own a Saturn automobile with and automatic
transmission, you better hope its<br>legitimate. Same with high
end Fords.<br>Foreign auto manufactures are very fond
(and very<br>quiet) about using FL in their ABS, fuel
injection, engine management, etc. systems (e.g.<br>BMW, and
most Japanese manufacturers). Would you<br>buy a car
that uses something "fuzzy" in the<br>braking system
or shifting gears for you? Probably not.<br><br>Why
they don't tell you should be obvious.<br><br>Why do
they do it?<br><br>Because they can get a good,
reasonably accurate<br>approximate result in a short amount
of time from<br>imprecise data, imprecise control
specifications,<br>and that is computationally<br>efficient, robust, and
flexible to reprogram via<br>ROM/FPGA based uprocessor
controllers.<br><br>IMHO, fuzzy logic is a "stealth" technology that <br>is
used more pervasively than most people
are<br>aware.<br><br>There are several other benefits to using fuzzy logic
that I'll leave for the interested person<br>to
discover for themselves.<br><br>It may be of interest to
some that the FLAKEY<br>autonomous robot project at
SRI used fuzzy logic<br>extensively to "blend"
multiple behaviours into<br>final multiple, concurrent
actions.
• Hello, Have you succeeded ... God To Create Silicon
Message 1398 of 1398 , Aug 19, 2005
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Hello,

Have you succeeded

--- In artificialintelligencegroup@yahoogroups.com, Spider_Plant9 wrote:
> The rosetta stone is a archeoliguist's dream come
> true. The Stone was found in a place called rosetta
> from what I remember but it helped solve the
> hieroglyphics puzzle because on the stone was written the same
> text in three languages Greek, Egytian, and Latin. We
> knew both Greek and Latin. The egytian language though
> unknown was also the same texts as the known languages.
> So, using the other two languages we were able to
> piece together egyptian.<br><br>Now, you can guess what
> I'm going to do with the texts and languages I
> collect. I'm going to create a computerized version of the
> rosetta complete with the "thought" processes to use it
> directly and extrapolate more words and
> sentenses.<br><br>Spider_plant9<br>Archeology and the "Words of
God"<br>To Create Silicon
> Life<br>Anybody know of a set of standardized interpretations for
> the Qur'an.
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