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- Not every decision is either true or false, or as with Boolean logic either 0 or 1. (scribd.com)
- or as with Boolean logic, not only 0 and 1 but all the numbers that fall in between. (scribd.com)

- The application of the linear quadratic regulator (LQR) and fuzzy logic controller (FLC) in the field of active vibration isolation for a vehicle suspension system is presented to overcome the limitation of passive suspension system and the performances of the two active controllers are compared with the passive system. (environmental-expert.com)

- Fuzzy logic allows for membership functions, or degrees of truthfulness and falsehoods. (scribd.com)

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- Concept of Fuzzy Logic (FL) was conceived by Lotfi Zadeh, a professor at the University of California at Berkley, and presented not as a control methodology, But as a way of processing data by allowing partial set membership rather than crisp set membership or nonmembership This approach to set theory was not applied to control systems until the 70's due to insufficient small-computer capability prior to that time. (scribd.com)
- Fuzzy Logic provides a more efficient and resourceful way to solve Control Systems. (scribd.com)
- Model-free approaches, such as fuzzy logic (FL) control offer a different and promising direction for improved glycemic control. (sbir.gov)

- Fuzzy logic provides a method to formalize reasoning when dealing with vague terms. (scribd.com)

- Actually, predicate logic is a mathematical model for reasoning with predicates (just as propositional logic is an algebra for reasoning about the truth of logical expressions). (rochester.edu)
- As in propositional logic, we can create logical expressions containing predicates, manipulate those expressions according to the algebraic laws of predicate logic, and construct proofs using rules of inference to deduce new facts from axioms. (rochester.edu)
- In such a way it is possible to reduce the question of the deduction in fuzzy logic to the classical paradigm based on logical axioms and crisp inference rules (see the basic book of P. HÃ Â¡jek). (planetmath.org)
- Implication , in logic , a relationship between two propositions in which the second is a logical consequence of the first. (britannica.com)
- Not unlike this proliferation of meanings, the subject matter of logic has been said to be the "laws of thought ," "the rules of right reasoning," "the principles of valid argumentation," "the use of certain words labelled 'logical constants'," "truths (true propositions) based solely on the meanings of the terms they contain," and so on. (britannica.com)
- Coq's built-in logic is very small: the only primitives are Inductive definitions, universal quantification ( ∀ ), and implication ( → ), while all the other familiar logical connectives - conjunction, disjunction, negation, existential quantification, even equality - can be encoded using just these. (upenn.edu)
- There is no universal agreement as to the exact scope and subject matter of logic (see § Rival conceptions, below), but it has traditionally included the classification of arguments, the systematic exposition of the 'logical form' common to all valid arguments, the study of inference, including fallacies, and the study of semantics, including paradoxes. (wikipedia.org)
- The concept of logical form is central to logic. (wikipedia.org)
- In many definitions of logic, logical inference and inference with purely formal content are the same. (wikipedia.org)
- Symbolic logic is the study of symbolic abstractions that capture the formal features of logical inference. (wikipedia.org)
- According to the followers of Aristotle (such as Ammonius), only the logical principles stated in schematic terms belong to logic, not those given in concrete terms. (wikipedia.org)

- Symbolic logic is often divided into two main branches: propositional logic and predicate logic. (wikipedia.org)

- There is a big difference between the kinds of formulas seen in traditional term logic and the predicate calculus that is the fundamental advance of modern logic. (wikipedia.org)

- Logic elements can be represented by operators in symbolic logic . (encyclopedia.com)
- Traditional Aristotelian syllogistic logic and modern symbolic logic are examples of formal logic. (wikipedia.org)

- According to the wider interpretation, all truths depending only on meanings belong to logic. (britannica.com)

- Formal logic is the study of inference with purely formal content. (wikipedia.org)
- Modern formal logic follows and expands on Aristotle. (wikipedia.org)
- This does not render the notion of informal logic vacuous, because no formal logic captures all of the nuances of natural language. (wikipedia.org)

- We borrow from the vocabulary of logic when we say, 'Brilliant deduction' or even 'I don't want to argue about it. (commnet.edu)

- It is in this sense that the word logic is to be taken in such designations as "epistemic logic" (logic of knowledge), "doxastic logic" (logic of belief), "deontic logic" (logic of norms), "the logic of science," "inductive logic," and so on. (britannica.com)

- 6. Conservatives comprehend the fundamental logic of the Bible as a unified, coherent work, rather than frantically quoting individual, out-of-context passages in an attempt to disprove its validity. (conservapedia.com)

- The LL structure these monoids have is essentially as in Barr's preprint "Fuzzy models of linear logic" - Barr adds the additive units, as points at +- infinity, which AA didn't consider. (upenn.edu)
- is a new chapter of logic which originates from the notion of fuzzy subset proposed by L. A. Zadeh. (planetmath.org)
- From a semantical point of view, fuzzy logic is not different in nature from first-order multi-valued logic. (planetmath.org)
- apparatus, fuzzy logic is a totally different and new topic. (planetmath.org)

- Pretzel Logic was reissued on CD in 1987 and remastered in 1999 to retrospective acclaim from critics. (wikipedia.org)

- You might want to review that section first and then come back here for a more thorough review of the principles of logic. (commnet.edu)

- The LibGuide includes materials in four categories: Logic Models for Program Planning and Implementation, Logic Models for Program Evaluation, Developing Logic Models, and Instructional Materials. (cdc.gov)

- The following proposition (from Aristotle), for instance, is a simple truth of logic: "If sight is perception, the objects of sight are objects of perception. (britannica.com)
- The works of Aristotle contain the earliest known formal study of logic. (wikipedia.org)

- It extends normal logic programming by allowing some predicates to be incompletely defined, declared as abducible predicates. (wikipedia.org)
- An abductive explanation of a problem G is a set of positive (and sometimes also negative) ground instances of the abducible predicates, such that, when these are added to the logic program P, the problem G and the integrity constraints IC both hold. (wikipedia.org)
- Thus abductive explanations extend the logic program P by the addition of full or partial definitions of the abducible predicates. (wikipedia.org)

- logic element A small part of a digital logic circuit , typically a logic gate . (encyclopedia.com)
- Logic Gate Simulator is an open-source tool for experimenting with and learning about logic gates. (sourceforge.net)

- The variety of senses that logos possesses may suggest the difficulties to be encountered in characterizing the nature and scope of logic. (britannica.com)

- A logic model is a graphic representation of a program that shows the relationship between resources (inputs) and results (outcomes). (cdc.gov)
- Abductive logic programming ( ALP ) is a high-level knowledge-representation framework that can be used to solve problems declaratively based on abductive reasoning . (wikipedia.org)

- Computation in ALP combines the backwards reasoning of normal logic programming (to reduce problems to sub-problems) with a kind of integrity checking to show that the abductive explanations satisfy the integrity constraints. (wikipedia.org)
- In fact, proofs in predicate logic (based on unification ) are a form of computation used in the programming language Prolog. (rochester.edu)

- Typically, the external circuitry employs sequential logic to control the ALU operation, which is paced by a clock signal of a sufficiently low frequency to ensure enough time for the ALU outputs to settle under worst-case conditions. (wikipedia.org)

- 4. Gottwald S., A treatise on many-valued logics , Research Studies Press, Baldock 2000. (planetmath.org)

- An interesting new study suggests people with schizophrenia reason more logically than healthy individuals when confronted with a situation where common sense and logic conflict. (psychcentral.com)
- They comment that the results of the study suggest that on a straightforward interpretation, people with schizophrenia reason more logically than healthy controls either because they are better at logic, or because they are worse at common sense. (psychcentral.com)
- However, agreement on what logic is has remained elusive, and although the field of universal logic has studied the common structure of logics, in 2007 Mossakowski et al. (wikipedia.org)

- Logic has for its content the determinations peculiar to the thinking activity itself - which have no other ground, than the Thinking. (marxists.org)

- In the study of logic, however, each of these terms has a specific definition, and we must be clear on these if we are to communicate. (commnet.edu)

- The Science of Logic, however, is the Knowing of the Thinking in its truth. (marxists.org)

- The term logic comes from the Greek word logos . (britannica.com)

- These problems can be either observations that need to be explained (as in classical abduction) or goals to be achieved (as in normal logic programming ). (wikipedia.org)

- Logic is generally considered formal when it analyzes and represents the form of any valid argument type. (wikipedia.org)

- Designed to take full advantage of Multi-Touch on iPad, Logic Remote offers new ways to record, mix, and even perform instruments in Logic Pro X from anywhere in the room, turning your iPad or iPhone* into a mixer, transport control, and a flexible Touch Instrument. (apple.com)
- IDT also offers high-performance, low-voltage standard logic ICs and bus switch logic ICs. (idt.com)

- logic leads one to a conservative, measured response, rather than the illogical embrace of change for the sake of change. (conservapedia.com)

- The first proper Nu:Logic EP appeared some six years later, with the release of 2010's New Technique. (spotify.com)
- the science of Comprehensions (concepts or notions) constitutes the proper or subjective logic. (marxists.org)

- 1. The Science of Logic has for its object the thinking activity and the entire compass of its determinations. (marxists.org)