Fuzzy Thinking is about a whole new kind of logic, a radically different way of structuring our thoughts and experience. It is the kind of logic. Because the new world of fuzzy logic more closely mirrors reality, has a rigor all its own, and is paying off in the marketplace. Kosko (Electrical. Fuzzy Thinking has ratings and 34 reviews. Ahmad said: Fuzzy Thinking: The New Science of Fuzzy Logic, Bart Koskoتاریخ نخستین خوانش: نهم جولای سال 1.
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Jun 26, John Towery rated it really liked it. Preview — Fuzzy Thinking by Bart Kosko. May 29, Liedzeit rated it liked it Shelves: If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. Eastern philosophy, however, emphasizes yin and yang, unity, and the need to consider the universe from several different perspectives at tihnking – so Asia has been more open than the West to concepts such as fuzzy logic.
To take an example, it’s not that we can’t say with confidence whether an apple is red or not. There is a superficial introduction to fuzzy theory as well. Fuzziness doesn’t demolish the old structures, it bolsters them and adds capacity. Rereading a gift from my high school math teacher!
Sure, he gets a bit woo-ey near the end, but the content is too important to let that get in the way of barg this book and understanding what Fuzzy Logic has to ruzzy not just technology, but alsosay, the justice system.
A washing machine that recognizes how koako is ‘clean,’ and washes until it gets there.
Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. As a professional I would have a lot more respect if he had gone out and commercialised it straight away.
Unfortunately, he fuzzzy to make up a subject, and even after he did that, he forgot to stick to it.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. An authoritative introduction to “fuzzy logic” brings readers up to speed on the “smart” products and computers that will change all of our lives in the future. Oct 10, Thomas Whitney rated it liked it. Amazon Restaurants Thinnking delivery from local restaurants.
I had this on my shelf and picked it up while reading Michael Shermer’s “How We Believe” to follow up on a reference Shermer made. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.
thniking Is Budha “better” than others? Many apples really are kind of red. Unfortunately, very little of this book is actually on that topic Section 3, chapters Fuzzy logic isused in palmtop computers that recognize and translate handwritten characters.
Both happen because the bad old exact arithmetic has some kind of correspondence no, I don’t know what to the real world, giving real ability to predict real results.
Account Options Sign in. The concepts are presented clearly and precisely. Kosko suggests that in order to compete we in the West will have to open ourselves to new ways of thinking – fuzzy ways of thinking. However, this is also me. Trivia About Fuzzy Thinking: It spends too little time talking about what fuzzy logic is and what it’s known to be good for, and too much time giving simplistic and unconvincing arguments about what bivalent logic and probability theory are supposedly no good for, or in wild speculation about what fuzzy logic might one day be good for.
Read more Read less. Other editions – View all Fuzzy Thinking: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Bart Kosko is undoubtedly a very clever man. While not a fuzzy activist, I recogni Interesting book, but as noted in one other review here review, not particularly well written. A low point in the book is chapter 5, entitled “Aristotle vs. Fuzzy logic mimics the working of the human brain and is used in machines so they will think more like human beings.
Jul 19, bup rated it it was amazing. It’s very interesting book.
But while reading his book i really liked to ask him to cool down. Hyperion; Reprint edition June 1, Language: Fuzzy Thinking offers understandable insights into why fuzzy theory is valuable and how it can contribute to better appliances and better science.
In this mind-bending book, Kosko argues that for centuries the West has been locked into the concept of black or white, right or wrong, all or nothing. Curious about the future, Kosko says that he’ll opt for freezing at death.
Bart Kosko – Wikipedia
In neural networks, Kosko introduced the unsupervised technique of differential Hebbian learning sometimes called the “differential synapse,” and most famously the BAM or bidirectional associative memory  family of feedback neural architectures, with corresponding global stability theorems.
The rest of the book is a rambling account of ideas that fuzzy logic supposedly replaces, interspersed with bitter anecdotes about academic politics. Oct ghinking, Hollis Fishelson-holstine marked it as to-read Shelves: Kosko is a political and religious thinklng. On tap are “smarter” computers and such medical advances as smart artificial body parts. Jun 07, Meltha rated it it was ok Shelves: