On the meaning of approximate reasoning âˆ’ An unassuming subsidiary to Lotfi Zadeh’s paper dedicated to the memory of Grigore Moisil âˆ’
Keywords:logic, truth value, natural language, inference
AbstractThe concept of “approximate reasoning” is central to Zadeh’s contributions in logic. Standard fuzzy logic as we use today is only one potential interpretation of Zadeh’s concept. I discuss various meanings for the syntagme "approximate reasoning" as intuitively presented in the paper Zadeh dedicated to the memory of Grigore C. Moisil in 1975.
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