Fuzziness And Clausal Logic
Wan Ahmad Tajuddin Wan Abdullah, (1986) Fuzziness And Clausal Logic. Malaysian Journal of Computer Science, 2 . pp. 17-22. ISSN 0127-9084
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University of Malaya
A functional interpretation of Horn clauses is used as a formalism to incorporate uncertainty in Prolog-like logic programming languages. This formalism, when used with a probabilistic or possibilistic fuzzy model, enables the documentation of alternative beliefs. Fuzziness in clausal logic also brings various other benefits like the modelling of memory-probing and the treatment of incompelete knowledge.
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