Fuzzy-probabilistic logic for common sense (King-Yin)

Added by Deon Garrett about 7 years ago

P(Z) logic off ers a new way to reason about vagueness (ie fuzziness), that treats fuzziness as degrees, distinct from probabilities. One then applies probability distributions over fuzziness. This approach is di fferent from both classical fuzzy logic [26] and possibility theory [1]. P(Z) logic is specially designed for common-sense reasoning.

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RE: Fuzzy-probabilistic logic for common sense (King-Yin) - Added by Zarah Martin about 1 month ago

This paper examines reasoning under uncertainty in the case where the AI reasoning mechanism is itself subject to random error or noise in its own processes.
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