Fifty Fuzzily Gone, Many More to Go: An Appreciation of Fuzziness’ Present and an Outlook on What May Come

Marco Tabacchi, Settimo Termini, Marco Elio Tabacchi, Settimo Termini

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Abstract

Fifty years of Fuzziness represents a good chance to look back on the rich history of the discipline and the scientists that were part of this history, and at the long and varied course of one of the few really innovative, disruptive ideas of the last century, including the development of its many applications. But instead we would like to take this interesting opportunity to discuss the present state of affairs, especially in relation to the application of Fuzziness to the cognitive domain. From such reflections a possible path is defined toward the evolution of Fuzziness, under the umbrella of computational intelligence, toward an all-encompassing experimental science of language, reasoning, and cognition.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)484-489
Numero di pagine6
RivistaInformatik-Spektrum
Volume38
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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Fifty Fuzzily Gone, Many More to Go: An Appreciation of Fuzziness’ Present and an Outlook on What May Come. / Tabacchi, Marco; Termini, Settimo; Tabacchi, Marco Elio; Termini, Settimo.

In: Informatik-Spektrum, Vol. 38, 2015, pag. 484-489.

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