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Ordinary logic is binary: a statement is either true or false, but it can’t be in between. ‘Fuzzy Logic’, in contrast, is an attempt to offer any possibility of half-truth between the strict true or false values of binary logic. What follows from this form of logic? Does it apply to the real world? What is the mathematics behind it?

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This event was on Thu, 16 Mar 1995

Professor Ian Stewart

Professor Ian Stewart FRS

Professor of Geometry

Ian Stewart read Mathematics at Churchill College, Cambridge before completing his doctorate at the University of Warwick where he is now a Professor of Maths...

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