Remembering the Beginnings
Keywords:fuzzy sets, fuzzy systems, vagueness
This paper wants to provide a personal view of the beginningsÂ of fuzzy logic which was first introduced in the 1960’s by Lotfi Zadeh, whenÂ fuzzy sets were presented as models of any vague concept, making possible Â theÂ computation with words.
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