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  • n. The addition of fuzziness to data in fuzzy logic

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Examples

  • As it turns out, the “fuzzification” of the core theory M is rather straightforward, but its extensions give rise to various issues.

    Wild Dreams Of Reality, 3

  • This is, for example, van Inwagen's (1990) view of the matter, which results in a fuzzification of parthood that parallels in many ways to the fuzzification of membership in Zadeh's (1965) set theory, and it is this sort of intuition that also led to the development of such formal theories as Polkowsky and Skowron's (1994) “rough mereology” or Smith's (2005) theory of

    Wild Dreams Of Reality, 3

  • There are obvious quality/consistency issues here and there: monocasing of header names, whether to give messages as hex byte sequences or ASCII literals, fractured text about error handling, fuzzification in the counted-frame description.

    ongoing by Tim Bray

  • Free whitepaper - Avoiding costs from oversizing data center and network room infrastructure Traditional and clear-cut boundaries between servers, network switches and storage gear are breaking down - and skirmishes, in this uncertain new era of fuzzification, are bound to break out.

    The Register

  • Comment: Data centre fuzzification: Clear thinkers needed

    Channel Register

  • Free whitepaper - Cooling strategies for ultra-high density racks and blade servers Traditional and clear-cut boundaries between servers, network switches and storage gear are breaking down - and skirmishes, in this uncertain new era of fuzzification, are bound to break out.

    Channel Register

  • Comment: Data centre fuzzification: Clear thinkers needed Virtualization: optimized power and cooling to maximize benefits This paper shows a simple and effective way to develop a capacity plan for a data center or network room

    The Register

  • This fuzzification makes the people's rule more arbitrary than it otherwise would have been.

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