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Fuzzy Logic: Fading Hype or Technology of the Future?

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This talk is devoted to the state of the art in fuzzy logic, its achievements and future prospects. We first review the basic concepts of fuzzy logic along with their motivation and history, also discussing what distinguishes fuzzy logic from probabilistic uncertainty. Then we discuss in which application areas fuzzy logic has been applied successfully. Finally, we raise the questions whether, despite all these successes, fuzzy logic has been able to fulfill its promises and which future potential it may have.

This talk is part of the NLIP Seminar Series series.

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