fuzzy

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  • The meaning of each of them can be represented by a certain fuzzy set.
  • The most widely used operations are called standard fuzzy set operations.
  • Happiness is a fuzzy concept and can mean many different things to many people.
  • It is not a fuzzy game because first player has no winning option.
  • Most of the narrow, fuzzy leaves are near the base of the plant.
  • The fruit has a fuzzy base and a long, narrow style which may reach in length.
  • The mission is to make street art "a little more warm and fuzzy."
  • The relationship with fuzzy theory can be explained with the following classical example.
  • The man was in the hospital for two days and still had a fuzzy feeling in his head two days after leaving the hospital.
  • It is a small annual plant with fuzzy pointed green leaves.
  • When the sight in his good eye started to go and everything got fuzzy, he signed away the rights to one of his songs.
  • His research interests include fuzzy set theory, possibility theory, and knowledge representation.
  • None of these features are essential to fuzzy control, although they may be nice to have.
  • It's not always going to make everyone feel warm and fuzzy.
  • The result is that a person no longer experiences the warm fuzzy feeling when presented with a familiar face.
  • Fuzzy's character was the main box-office draw in these films when shown in England and Europe.
  • Fuzzy's character was the main box-office draw in these films when shown in England and Europe.
  • The way around this is to make the states fuzzy.
  • The Fuzzy Boundaries project was created to try to find a new name.
  • Rather, it has a fuzzy boundary with people becoming more or less involved through their own volitions.
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